Hamid Farooq, PTCL Senior Executive Vice President (SEVP) Business Development addressing the launching ceremony of PTCL Managed WAN Service.
Islamabad: Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), the largest Information Communication Technology (ICT) service provider in the country, has today launched a first of its kind end-to-end solution, ‘Managed WAN Service’, for its corporate customers.
The service was launched at a seminar in Islamabad, in the presence of large number of corporate customers of the company. Hamid Farooq, PTCL Senior Executive Vice President (SEVP) Business Development; Samer Ajjawi, Advisory Team Member Etisalat and other senior officials of the company were also present at the occasion.
Hamid Farooq, PTCL Senior Executive Vice President (SEVP) Business Development while speaking at the seminar said, “Managed WAN Service is another remarkable product by PTCL, which is designed on the core philosophy of, ‘let the expert do it for you’. PTCL is striving for end-to-end data and solution integration for the corporate and SME sector in Pakistan and our latest offering is geared towards filling this void of this underserved segment.”
The opening presentation was delivered by Nauman Ashraf, PTCL Senior Manager ICT Products based on the theme ‘One Company. One Solution’, explaining that the service is specifically designed to cater for the growing business needs of the corporate customers and provides the convenience of tailor made design, build & implementation of networks in a simplified, secure and cost effective manner.
Samer Ajjawi, Advisory Team Member Etisalat also introduced another state-of-art technology at the seminar, ‘Hosted IP Telephonic Solution’, which caters for complete hosted collaboration requirement of corporate customers as a service model.
Through this initiative, companies can now outsource their networks and personalize modules for individual needs. Major features of this service include online analytics and reporting, proactive network monitoring and elimination of capital expenditure of developing a network.