Oman’s Rihal & Omantel to offer Robotic Process Automation training program

By Arya M Nair, Intern Reporter
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Mr. Samy Al Ghassani & Mr. Azzan bin Qais Al Kindi at the MoU signing ceremony

Rihal, an Omani company specialized in providing data migration and management solutions has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Omantel, the first telecom services provider in the region, to provide a comprehensive training program for youth in the field of robotic process automation (RPA).

The training will be offered to young people who have enrolled in the “Generation Z” program, an annual training program for graduates organized by Omantel. The MoU aims to support the efforts made to empower Omani youth and enhance their skills in the field of future technologies.

The MoU was signed by Mr. Azzan bin Qais Al Kindi, CEO of Rihal, and Eng. Samy Al Ghassani, Chief Operating Officer of Omantel, in the presence of officials from both sides.

Samy Al Ghassany
Samy Al Ghassani
COO – Omantel

“Omantel is proud of the capabilities of the Omani youth that qualify them to lead the next phase of the Renewed Renaissance and achieve the ambitions set out in Oman Vision 2040. We at Omantel give special importance to the Omani youth because we believe that they have the capabilities and energies that push them to be creative and innovative in various fields. For this reason, we are pleased to join hands with Rihal to train a group of trainees of the Generation Z program in RPA to add to their experience and knowledge.”

Mr. Al Kindi noted that RPA is one of Rihal’s core areas of expertise. The Process Automation department will provide the trainees with a comprehensive training program that will help them gain knowledge and develop their careers in one of the booming industries in the current digital economy.

It is worth noting that RPA technology reduces time and effort with high efficiency. The training program will help the training keep abreast with the developments in the field of information automation. It will also complete the RPA program, which already started at Omantel.

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