Talal Abu-Ghazaleh International Upgrades to Microsoft Windows 7

Published December 31st, 2009 - 10:54 GMT

Talal Abu-Ghazaleh International (TAGI), a leading accounting, auditing and financial services firm in the region has become another early adopter of Windows 7, upgrading 50% of its PCs to the latest operating system developed by Microsoft. 

Through upgrading its computers to Windows 7, TAGI expects to reduce overall IT budgets by realizing lower support and operating system deployment costs, as well as providing its employees with improved security, increased mobility and faster performance, thereby boosting user efficiency and productivity.

Mr. Jamal Al-Khalili, General Manager of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Information Technology, stated, “With the deployment of the Windows 7 operating system we aim to take advantage of the wide range of new features that will not only improve our IT network security and provide us with better manageability of our infrastructure, but will also enable our workforce to work more efficiently while out in the field.”

Al-Khalili went on to say, “Due to our size, our presence across the entire region and the number of clients that we service on a daily basis, TAGI employees are constantly on the move working onsite in various locations - Windows 7 will provide them with the flexibility to access vital information and communicate with colleagues wherever they may be, while also helping us to reduce our costs related to communications and travel.”  

Mohammed Zayed, Account Technology Strategist for Microsoft Jordan, stated, “The development of Windows 7 involved a considerable amount of input from millions of PC users around the world and we have incorporated their feedback in the development process. The main requirements we identified with regards to large corporate customers like TAGI was for an operating system that is simple to deploy and use, easy to manage, improves data and network security, and that also gives employees the flexibility to work efficiently and productivity while on assignments outside of the office. Windows 7 delivers on all those requirements.”

The Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) and Zain are some of the Kingdom’s first users of Windows 7, with other telecommunications and banking sector organizations expected to follow suit at the turn of the year.

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