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Etisalat calls for operators to accelerate digital agenda

first_imgHomem360 – MENA18 – News Etisalat calls for operators to accelerate digital agenda AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 26 NOV 2018 Tags Kavit Majithia Author Related m360 – MENA18 – News Kavit joined Mobile World Live in May 2015 as Content Editor. He started his journalism career at the Press Association before joining Euromoney’s graduate scheme in April 2010. Read More >> Read more LIVE FROM GSMA MOBILE 360 SERIES – MENA, DUBAI: Operators need to step up as governments ramp the pressure for countries across the MENA region to lead on digital transformation, Etisalat’s chief corporate strategy and governance officer Khalifa Al Shamsi (pictured) explained.Speaking in the opening keynote, Al Shamsi said operators are “the backbone for digital transformation”, hailing the maturity of the industry’s infrastructure and services, which he said should dictate the path of ICT transformation for countries and corporations.“Our role is extremely vital to increase the global competitiveness productivity and innovation of countries.”However, he believes governments, particularly in the MENA region, continue to push the boundaries with their technology agendas and are “now shifting their priorities to put their nations at an advantageous stage within the grand scheme of digital transformation”. The shift represents an evolution from traditional governments’ former priorities and shows a commitment to the digital agenda, he said.“Operators should be the driving force behind the maturity of the digital ecosystem, capitalising on investments and playing an active role in shaping a favourable regulatory regulatory landscape, forming relevant partnerships and the offering foresight for use cases.”Summing up the importance of technology in the region, and the world, Al Shamsi added: “Less than ten years ago, things like artificial intelligence, IoT, augmented reality, virtual reality and blockchain were far off. Now we find them in the heart of the strategies of nations and corporations.” Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Previous ArticleBlog: Tencent stuck in regulatory crossfireNext ArticleNokia, Oppo ink patent licence deal Regulators urged to take a back seat on 5G Etisalat CTO laments past industry missteps Digital TransfomationEtisalatlast_img

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