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How Saudi Arabian Airlines built a best-in class IT infrastructure with Orange and SITA

February 5, 2013
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Saudi Arabian Airlines signed in 2009 a five year contract to outsource its entire communications, telephony and desktop activities to SITA and Orange. Achieving this ambition required a complete overhaul of Saudi Arabian Airlines' existing IT infrastructure and a move to a robust IP-based environment. Mr. Abdullah AlSaggaf, General Manager Infrastructure Development & Support at Saudi Arabian Airlines discusses his satisfaction with the solutions and fantastic support he is getting from SITA / Orange to run this new IT infrastructure.
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Saudi Arabian Airlines signed in 2009 a five year contract to outsource its entire communications, telephony and desktop activities to SITA and Orange.
Achieving this ambition required a complete overhaul of Saudi Arabian Airlines' existing IT infrastructure and a move to a robust IP-based environment.
Mr. Abdullah AlSaggaf, General Manager Infrastructure Development & Support at Saudi Arabian Airlines discusses his satisfaction with the solutions and fantastic support he is getting from SITA / Orange to run this new IT infrastructure.

 

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