ENOC and Microsoft embark on a strategic relationship

Published November 2nd, 2000 - 02:00 GMT

Looking to build an information technology (IT) infrastructure that will enable the company to leverage its resources and service customers more efficiently, the Emirates National Oil Company Ltd. (ENOC) has standardized on Microsoft technology for its networked and messaging environment to support its continued growth and expansion.  


The technology has enabled ENOC to provide connectivity to over 800 managers and knowledge workers across its offices in the UAE and abroad. The Emirates National Oil Company is wholly owned by the Government of Dubai and is the holding company for a growing number of subsidiaries and joint ventures with major international companies such as Caltax (USA) and Vopak (The Netherlands).  


With over 3,500 employees and 14 different subsidiaries, the ENOC group of companies provides a diversified range of products and services in oil and oil related derivatives. The Group has also invested in information technology as a foundation for its work environment and maintains a large communications network. — (Alnbawaba-MEBG)

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