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Szymon Świątek and Lana Khalaf

Microsoft partner Predica enters Qatari market

DOHA, 28 days ago

Microsoft’s global partner Predica, a provider of consulting services in cloud applications and development operations among others, has entered the Qatari market in anticipation of an increase in demand for world-class IT consultancy.

Significant economic advances are expected for Qatar overall through foreign direct investments made by international businesses looking to expand their operations.

Cloud technologies will enable new global collaborations and increase business continuity as scalability delivers a new competitive edge across local markets and industries. The economic impact can already be observed with firms like Predica joining the Qatari market. Local feelings remain positive as hyper-scale cloud services begin to play a key role in unlocking economic value for the nation under Qatar’s Vision 2030.

Predica’s key services center around Azure specializations, for one of which it ranks within the top 10 consulting firms worldwide. The company also provides consulting services machine learning, data mining, cloud-based security, and cyber-resilience.

Szymon Świątek, Country Manager at Predica in Qatar, said: “We are grateful and humbled by the opportunity to join the Qatari market. Microsoft’s new Data Center in Doha is a great opportunity for local organizations to take advantage of the possibilities that the cloud offers. We are excited to work with Microsoft and several businesses in the area to advance technological capabilities in the region, particularly in advanced data analytics.”

Lana Khalaf, Country Manager at Microsoft Qatar, said: “We are pleased to see how the Microsoft data center is already transforming the ICT ecosystem in Qatar and attracting our global partner ecosystem and tech companies to the country, such as Predica establishing local presence in Qatar.”

“Predica has deep expertise in data, artificial intelligence and cloud security, and their proficiency will further help customers in Qatar to drive innovative solutions. We are committed to strengthen the capabilities of our partner ecosystem in Qatar to showcase leadership in the marketplace on the latest technology and to better serve customers. The Data center will further empower our partners by providing them access to an ever expanding set of cloud services to accelerate the pace of innovation in Qatar,” Khalaf added.

Predica is already working with local organizations on cloud-based projects. As a result, the reputed consultancy will soon hire several specialized Azure Consultants, demonstrating the extended economic impact of foreign direct investments on the local job market. – TradeArabia News Service




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