Aid for using Batelco services [Gulf Daily News (Bahrain)]
(Gulf Daily News (Bahrain) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) MANAMA: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are now eligible to get funding from Tamkeen for utilising Batelco's information and communications technology (ICT) products and services, it was announced yesterday.
Batelco's enterprise division general manager Adel Daylami said both Batelco and Tamkeen are fully committed to help businesses grow through technology, thereby increasing their efficiency and competitiveness.
The company has a sharp focus on the SME segment and strives to continuously address the growing business communications needs of this vital sector of the economy, he said.
According to him, Batelco's integrated communications services make it an ideal one-stop-shop for the ICT needs of the business community.
"Batelco is not only a telecom provider, but also a leading ICT solutions provider offering a spectrum of solutions consisting of infrastructure solutions (be it on copper or fibre), unified communications and collaborations, routing and switching, campus wide Wi-Fi access, information technology and physical security, server and storage to name a few.
"This comprehensive choice of products and services meets international standards and furthermore, Batelco's business enterprise team is capable of customising its products and services to meet the specific needs of customers, bearing in mind the different industries and sectors they operate in," Mr Daylami added.
The firm continuously supports the SME segment by providing customised products and services to improve efficiency and control costs to achieve a competitive advantage over competitors.
"Batelco fully appreciates the important role that small and medium enterprises play in the local economy and therefore invests in new and upgraded ICT offerings to help grow businesses and increase their efficiency and competitiveness," he said.
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