AWAL IT Services, the leading IT services provider, has launched a new range of cloud computing services that target the diverse and growing needs of the public and business sectors. This launch emphasizes the company's strategy to provide the best technical environment for growth, by adopting the best and latest technical standards and international experiences. AWAL was the first to launch Cloud Computing in Saudi Arabia last year in the name of AWAL Cloud.
The provided services launched by the company under the AWAL Cloud umbrella include, Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) and Software as a Service (SAAS), which provide excellent services addressed to different sectors such as AWAL EDUCATION Service, which targets the education sector, AWAL HEALTH Service, which targets the health sector, the Customer Relationship Management Service (CRM), the Virtual Call Centers Service and the Hosted Exchange Service.
Commenting on the launch of this new range of services in the Saudi market, Nabil bin Ibrahim Alomar, CEO, AWAL, said: “Launching AWAL CLOUD confirms AWAL’s commitment towards enhancing its leading position by supporting its customers and providing excellent services to them. The growing trend towards the use of Cloud Computing technology in Saudi Arabia enhances the enormous potential of the local market, especially as this technology has significant benefits in reducing costs and increasing operational efficiency, thus giving the sector a greater incentive for prosperity and growth, in addition to the ongoing government support.”
“The introduction of this premier group of services confirms AWAL’s commitment to support the government and business sectors, by providing the best and latest technical services that keep pace with global standards. This is underlined in the move towards the adoption of cloud computing technology among the launched services,” added Alomar.
AWAL is a subsidiary of Saudi Telecom Group. It offers a range of services including consulting, managed IT solutions, building IT infrastructure and data center services.