PTCL inks agreement with ABAD

KARACHI: Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited (PTCL), the largest ICT services provider in Pakistan, has signed an agreement with Association of Builders & Developers (ABAD) for the provision of state-of-the-art telecommunications and IT services.

The agreement entails provision of services which includes customized infrastructure and wide range of innovative products for ABAD’s current and upcoming projects.

Muhammad Nasrullah, CBOO & SEVP Business Zones PTCL, while speaking at the occasion said, “At PTCL, we are committed to boost efficiency, improve services and operations delivery for organizations across Pakistan and empower businesses to reach their full potential through technology”.

“The signing of this agreement reflects our readiness to implement strategic projects that enable institutions like ABAD to use state-of-the-art telecommunications and IT solutions to better serve their customers.

Mohsin Sheikhani, Chairman ABAD, said, “By joining hands with PTCL to offer latest ICT services, we hope to better serve our valued customers; he further explained the role and services of ABAD for construction industry, which is among the most progressive sector in Pakistan”.

Zaman Gulzar, Executive Vice President & Head of Business Zone South PTCL, M Saleem Kassim Patel, Senior Vice Chairman, ABAD and other senior officials from both the companies were present on the occasion.

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