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Tawteen partners with Microsoft for energy sector innovation


Tawteen and Microsoft have entered a strategic partnership to accelerate digital transformation in the energy sector in Qatar and achieve Tawteen’s objectives.

Tawteen, the supply chain localization program for the energy sector led by QatarEnergy, aims to support the growth and diversification of Qatar’s economy, attract companies engaged in knowledge- and technology-based businesses, and establish sustainable and competitive in-country suppliers to meet the requirements of Qatar’s energy sector.

To ink the partnership, a memorandum of understanding was signed at QatarEnergy’s HQ in Doha by Mr. Abdulaziz Al-Mannai, Executive VP President, Human Capital of QatarEnergy and Ms. Lana Khalaf, Country General Manager, Microsoft Qatar, in the presence of Mr. Abdulaziz Al-Muftah, Executive VP, Industrial Cities of QatarEnergy and Mr. Samer Abu Ltaif, Corporate VP and President of Microsoft MEA.

As part of their collaboration, Tawteen and Microsoft will work together to develop skills, accelerate digital transformation, build an innovative partner ecosystem and achieve sustainable impact.

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