Etisalat has announced that its ‘Managed Services’ business was successfully accredited with the prestigious ISO 20000 certification, an acknowledgement to its outstanding commitment to IT service quality, standards and global best practices in service management.
The certification reiterates that Etisalat is the leading telecom services provider in GCC to independently demonstrate to its customers that it's operating in strict accordance with the highest international standards and following industry best practices for their business, said the company.
ISO 20000 provides a better alignment of IT services and the business building trust and confidence in customers. This is also mainly due to an integrated process approach, reduction of incidents and continuous improved incident management, improved service delivery costs leading to financial savings, greater understanding of roles and business objectives and protecting the company, assets, shareholders and customers.
Speaking on the achievement, Salvador Anglada, chief business officer, Etisalat, said: “Etisalat is dedicated to delivering best-in-class services to our key stakeholders and customers, the ISO 20000 certification is a great way to demonstrate our core values to both new and existing customers. This accreditation is in line with our long term business objectives and functions re-assuring our clients that our services are efficient to meet their requirements.”
“The certification is significant as it differentiates Etisalat within the telecom sector and this achievement also provides transparency due to the formal mechanism of reviewing Etisalat’s services and to measure our commitment.”
Haitham Abdulrazzak, chief technology officer, said: “Etisalat has continuously invested in improving the quality of our systems and service portfolio by attaining industry accreditations in quality, business continuity, information security and environment. This has helped maintain our leadership position, demonstrate excellence and proven best practices in IT service management.” - TradeArabia News Service