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Ooredoo gets ISO certification for business continuity management

Ooredoo gets ISO certification for business continuity management

Tribune News Network
Doha
OOREDOO Qatar has recently got the prestigious Business Continuity Standard (ISO22301:2012) certification by Bureau Veritas, a global leader in third party certification services. Ooredoo Qatar becomes one of the top telecom operators globally to achieve the certification with an enterprise-wide scope.
The certificate was received by Yousuf Abdulla al Kubaisi, Ooredoo’s chief operating officer, during a ceremony at Ooredoo’s Doha headquarters. The certificate was presented by Consul Pascal Fornage, head of Economic Department at the French Embassy, in the presence of Ooredoo executives and Bureau Veritas County Chief Executive Selim Kseib.
Speaking of the milestone, COO Kubaisi said: “We are very proud as this achievement is a testament of Ooredoo’s commitment to deliver high quality and reliable services to our customers that meet the most stringent international benchmarks. Such an achievement consolidates our position at the forefront of telecommunications globally, and confirms we are fully committed to ensuring the continuity of our services in the face of disruptive events.”
During the ceremony, Bureau Veritas praised Ooredoo for ensuring that the company’s international management systems remain integral to the day-to-day functioning of Ooredoo across all its business processes.
This certification reflects Ooredoo’s continuous efforts to demonstrate its capability to continue provision of reliable products and services by minimising the impact of disruptive incidents.
In addition to this certificate, Ooredoo is also certified for its Quality, Health & Safety, Environment (ISO9001,14001,18001), Information Security (ISO27001) and Service Management (ISO20000) operations.

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