Globitel, Grand Technology work together to provide solutions to Yemen
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue October 7, 2008 12:00 am

YEMEN. From the start, Globitel said its relationship with Grand Technology has been a profitable one, working hand in hand to provide Yemen with the best solutions and content in order to maintain the high quality of service which is a common goal and achievement for both companies. 

Since the collaboration began in 2007, Globitel said it saw a great opportunity in partnering with Grand Technology as it was able to benefit not only from its professional services, but the unique insight into the Yemeni culture, in both business and otherwise.

To reach Yemeni audiences with cutting-edge services, a telecom solution provider committed to a quality of service as high as Globitel's needs the expertise of a professional content provider to access audience-specific content and services.

Grand Technology has not only delivered that, but under the management of Sameh Thabet, the company has become a strategic partner for Jordan-based Globitel in the services provided to operators in Yemen, and the two companies are working hard to penetrate deeper into the Yemeni market, particularly in the arena of value-added services.

Upcoming projects also await Yemeni audiences such as Call Screening, Friend Finder and many other projects that will be launched in near future. 

 

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