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Etisalcom appointed as Huawei’s First Channel Service Partner in Bahrain

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Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider has recognized Etisalcom as its first Channel Service Partner (CSP) in Bahrain.

Manama, Bahrain: Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider has recognized Etisalcom as its first Channel Service Partner (CSP) in Bahrain. The certification will open doors for Etisalcom to offer vendor-backed services such as design and deployment of Huawei certified solutions and certified after sales support to a broad base of customers.

Huawei’s ‘Channel Service Program’ is aimed at enhancing channel partners’ service capabilities. Certified partners are able to create tangible benefits for their customers who deploy Huawei solutions through value-added services including latest advanced technologies, turnkey solutions and onsite certified resources.

Rashid Al Snan, CEO of Etisalcom Bahrain said: “We are proud to be appointed as Huawei’s first Channel Service Partner in Bahrain. This major milestone is a testament to the trust that Huawei has placed in us. We are especially excited about this award because a reputed global player like Huawei has access to the most advanced technology and innovation and a wealth of extensive R&D. We are excited to be able to offer our customers the latest and best solutions that will help them gain a competitive edge in the market.”

CEO of Huawei Bahrain John Lu Yuedong said, “Huawei is committed to enabling partners to realize the true value of ICT transformation, and achieve their full potential. We always strive to work with the most promising ICT partners across the region, and we are happy to appoint Etisalcom as the first Channel Service Partner in Bahrain. We believe that this partnership will empower Etisalcom to build and enhance its own offering, add value to its customers and grow its market share.”

Huawei has one of the most comprehensive services capabilities in the world, with more than 2,400 CSPs worldwide and more than 60 CSPs in Middle East. The company is constantly strengthening its partner network to build an ecosystem of co-innovation and growth.

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