Samena Award, Tom Wilson and Helene Bazzi
Inmarsat, the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, has received the SAMENA Award for Best Satellite Broadband Provider at this year’s SAMENA 2011 Telecommunications Council, ‘Convergence to Doha’. The awards are based on, among other criteria, recognition of leadership and astute commercial operation within the region.
Accepting the award on behalf of Inmarsat, Helene Bazzi, Senior Area Manager, Middle East, Africa, and Central Asia for Inmarsat said, “We are honored to accept the award for Best Satellite Broadband Provider. Inmarsat remains committed to driving the mobile satellite service industry in the region toward a further innovative and developing era.“
Now in its fourth year, the awards are a way to recognize leadership and excellence in the telecommunications sectors of the South Asia, Middle East and North Africa (SAMENA) region. The awards are given to the most deserving telecoms organizations professionals, chosen after meticulous performance-based evaluation.
The SAMENA Awards for operators, manufacturers, vendors, satellite providers and regulators are given on the basis of an individual, anonymous vote of the full Awards Committee, after it reviews the eligible awardees, researches and studies the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and other data on eligible awardees gathered through market research, and concludes its deliberations and votes.