Ministry finalises process for IT Awards nominations

 24 May 2016 - 0:00

DOHA: The Ministry of Transport and Communications has finalised the assessment and arbitration process for the Qatar IT Business Awards 2016 nominations. Results and winners are to be unveiled by the end of this month at a special event.
The Awards reflect the Ministry’s commitment to honouring the businesses that have added a significant value to Qatari ICT market. The aim is to recognise not only businesses’ unremitting efforts to attract local promising talent, but also the local accomplishments, in addition to the key objective of supporting innovation in that field. The awards will be sponsored by Qatar Development Bank (QDB), Vodafone Qatar, the Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail) and Microsoft Qatar.
“The Ministry always supported and encouraged entrepreneurs in the ICT sector, as well as invigorating and enabling the breakthrough innovations that reflect positively on all sections and segments of the society,” said Reem Al Mansoori, Assistant Undersecretary for Digital Society Development at the Ministry.

The Peninsula

DOHA: The Ministry of Transport and Communications has finalised the assessment and arbitration process for the Qatar IT Business Awards 2016 nominations. Results and winners are to be unveiled by the end of this month at a special event.
The Awards reflect the Ministry’s commitment to honouring the businesses that have added a significant value to Qatari ICT market. The aim is to recognise not only businesses’ unremitting efforts to attract local promising talent, but also the local accomplishments, in addition to the key objective of supporting innovation in that field. The awards will be sponsored by Qatar Development Bank (QDB), Vodafone Qatar, the Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail) and Microsoft Qatar.
“The Ministry always supported and encouraged entrepreneurs in the ICT sector, as well as invigorating and enabling the breakthrough innovations that reflect positively on all sections and segments of the society,” said Reem Al Mansoori, Assistant Undersecretary for Digital Society Development at the Ministry.

The Peninsula