Mobily partners with Microsoft for cloud computing services

Mobily partners with Microsoft for cloud computing services
The agreement was signed in the presence of Ismail Alghamdi, Mobily chief business officer, and Sameer Noman, CEO of Microsoft Arabia.
Updated 03 June 2017

Mobily partners with Microsoft for cloud computing services

Mobily partners with Microsoft for cloud computing services

Mobily Business recently signed an agreement with Microsoft Arabia. The agreement aims to provide Microsoft cloud services and productivity tools over the Internet such as, Office 365, Dynamics, Enterprise Security Suite, in order to fulfil the needs of small and medium enterprises (SME) in the Saudi market. The agreement was signed in the presence of Ismail Alghamdi, Mobily chief business officer, and Sameer Noman, CEO of Microsoft Arabia.
The deal reflects Mobily Business’ efforts in developing and enhancing the business sector services by combining existing services with Microsoft cloud products.
Alghamdi said: “We are pleased to sign this agreement with Microsoft which confirms Mobily’s leading role in the business sector, especially the SME sector. It also confirms Mobily’s efforts to enhance this sector by providing Microsoft cloud services.
Moreover, we are proud of our successful partnership with Microsoft during the past years and look forward to further strengthening this partnership in the future.”
Mobily Business and Microsoft Arabia have been strategic partners for a long time, which helped Mobily establish a strong presence in the local market.
Microsoft Arabia CEO Noman said: “We are happy to sign this agreement with Mobily Business, which will enable Mobily to provide Microsoft solutions that enhance productivity, efficiency, and security of SMEs.
This partnership is part of our commitment to enable individuals and establishments to achieve more especially in this time which depends on cloud computing as an infrastructure.”
Microsoft cloud solutions facilitate productivity through its “Office 365” by completing tasks quickly and in a smart way for a monthly subscription fee starting at SR16 ($4) including support that will be added to the monthly service bill. Users can exchange documents in a secure way, and access their computers that are working on Windows 10 or smart phones from any other operating system.
The agreement aims to raise the level of joint technical collaboration between both sides and provide Microsoft cloud for SMEs. Moreover, Microsoft is committed to developing the skills of workers in these establishments in order to transfer them into a paper-free environment by using Microsoft cloud solutions.