industry leaders, ecosystem partners, CT experts, and consultants to delve into the experience and implementation of digital transformation.
Participants, including high-level customers and government officials, discussed how to tackle customers’ core business difficulties and seize digital economy opportunities to jointly build an intelligent Saudi Arabia.
CEO of Huawei in Saudi Arabia, Mr. Eric Yang, stressed Huawei’s commitment to boost Saudi public and private organizations with innovative technologies to enable new business models and deliver superior customer experiences. In his keynote speech, Mr. Yang calls for “Innovating Nonstop for Faster Digitalization”, noting that Huawei’s technologies such as 5G, cloud, and digital energy are helping businesses in various verticals such as finance, energy, public sector and more digitize their operations, secure their data and, more broadly, promote national economic development.
Dr. Ahmed Hamdan Altheneyan, Deputy Minister for Future Jobs and Digital Entrepreneurship, Saudi Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), said: “Huawei is a long-term strategic partner for MCIT, for which we are grateful. The company’s support in talent development through Seeds for the Future, the annual ICT Competition, and other initiatives have inspired thousands of Saudi youth to pursue careers in the digital field and contributed to the continued digital transformation of our industries.”
Huawei is committed to working with Saudi Arabia’s partners and customers to build an intelligent Saudi Arabia and assist Saudi Arabia’s government, energy, and FSI industries in building leading ICT infrastructures and digital business processes.
Organizations can only embrace digitization if they have the required digital talent. Partnerships with universities and governments to cultivate talents for the future are therefore pivotal.
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