Milaha has partnered with Microsoft to transform its workplace into a “modern, secured, and virtual” environment.
The effort, Qatar’s leading company in maritime and logistics said, is part of the company’s dedicated drive to ensure business continuity and services, whilst simultaneously expanding Qatar’s supply chain connectivity.
“Our goals have been aligned with the Qatar National Vision 2030 to build a diversified and sustainable economy,” said Milaha’s president and CEO Abdulrahman Essa al-Mannai.
Al-Mannai said, “Being a prominent player in the maritime logistics industry, we realise the importance of our contribution to the country’s vision, and hence it is imperative for us to evolve and navigate to build the new norm. Our long-term partnership with Microsoft is built on trust and innovation, the key pillars of our digital transformation journey.
“We look forward to adopting Microsoft new technology tools and solutions to ensure security and productivity of our workforce and our technology platforms, as we strive to safeguard and develop the continuity of our services from Qatar to the world.” To develop into a truly modern workplace, Milaha has adopted Microsoft Teams, a unified communications platform to empower more than 800 users in its workforce to connect, collaborate, conduct audio and video calls, and share files – all in one place. The organisation has also adopted Microsoft’s Threat Protection solutions to better protect, detect, and respond to attacks in the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape.
Moreover, by leveraging Microsoft’s Power Platform, Milaha has been able to optimise and accelerate many of its internal processes, and drive business agility to reduce the burden on its workforce, which is now free to drive value and innovate for customers.’–Agencies