Posted on April 13, 2015

malomatia, the leading IT service provider in Qatar, will be participating as a Bronze Sponsor in the 4th Arab Future Cities Summit (AFCS), the Middle East’s premier smart cities event which will take place from 13-14 April 2015 at the Ritz-Carlton in Doha, Qatar. malomatia's participation in the conference and exhibition is in line with the company's commitment as a Qatari institution to the state of Qatar's development trajectory. The company, which aligns its business strategy to Qatar Vision 2030 and the country's development aims, is a leader in government services and tailored IT solutions.

In the buildup to the conference, malomatia CEO, Mr Yousef Al Naama, said Intelligent IT planning and infrastructure are essential to building Smart Cities – cities that are sustainable across all parameters and capable of evolving with changing times and IT needs. malomatia combines strategy and technology to deliver IT strategies and effective enterprise architecture to meet business visions and goals. malomatia aligns closely with the Qatar e-Government 2020 strategy which aims to use technology to deliver real benefits for people who access government services. The company is currently implementing a 5-year development plan that also coincides with the year 2020 and aims to achieve greater growth in line with the country’s strategic objectives.

The company has extensive experience in helping national stakeholders transform with the needs of the day. malomatia has been supporting Qatar in its mandate to transform government services to e-Government across multiple platforms. malomatia's services and solutions focus on evolving government IT services and applications as well as implementing and maintaining them in tune with evolving market needs and dynamics. These include aligning various IT initiatives and training staff on migration to new systems.

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malomatia leads the primary contractor consortium delivering the landmark Government Network Project, which is connecting all ministries and government entities over a dedicated and secure communications platform. The Government Network is already connecting many of the country’s biggest government agencies, while specialized teams continue to work closely with national stakeholders to plan and test infrastructure as well as technology solutions to meet the demands of the fully integrated network.

malomatia also serves the Ministry Of Economy And Commerce, as well as Ashghal, in addition to Hamad Medical Corporation, and many ministries and government bodies. The company also manages the central government contact center that serves many of Qatar's leading government bodies and helps them interface with their end users and customers.

The company also delivers services tailored for businesses that require consulting as well as technology solutions to create modern and innovative ways of managing its clients and customers. They help national stakeholders engage effectively with citizens, residents and businesses around the clock using the most advanced technology infrastructure, which is important to ensure sustainability in overall cosmopolitan environments as well as within small development projects.

malomatia also offers enterprise clients solutions such as Infrastructure Services, IT Service Management, and Cloud, Mobility, and Virtualization services as part of its Business Intelligence, Analytics and Technology practice. The Arab Future Cities Summit will connect local stakeholders and international experts interested in contributing to the development of Qatar’s new cities and will be a platform for highlighting innovative solutions for the local and regional market.

malomatia will have a stand at the summit and senior delegates will be available on site to share ideas and discuss the role of IT excellence in the building of a Smart City.