Omantel enters into strategic partnership with CCED

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Omantel-CCED Partnership
officials during the signing ceremony.

Omantel, the leading provider of integrated telecommunication and ICT services in the Sultanate of Oman, has entered into a groundbreaking collaboration with CC Energy Development (CCED), a prominent oil and gas operator in Oman.

This strategic partnership marks the initiation of a comprehensive Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project aimed at contributing to the further transformation of the operational landscape of Oman’s energy industry.

Talal Said Al Mamari
Talal Said Al Mamari
CEO – Omantel

“We are thrilled to embark on this transformative journey alongside CCED. This partnership underscores our commitment to driving digital innovation and enabling operational excellence in Oman’s energy sector. By harnessing the power of cloud technology, we aim to propel CCED towards greater efficiency, resilience, and success.”

At the core of this partnership is a multi-year contract. This contract will witness Omantel deploying cutting-edge cloud-based solutions across CCED’s financial, supply chain, and human capital management domains.

By leveraging Omantel’s expertise in telecommunications and CCED’s industry prowess, the project aims to drive unprecedented levels of efficiency, innovation, business transformation, and competitiveness within Oman’s oil and gas sector.

“As a leading player in Oman’s oil and gas industry, we recognize the importance of embracing technological advancements to stay ahead in a rapidly evolving landscape. This collaboration with Omantel will optimize performance and create a leaner operation while improving efficiency and productivity,” commented Walter Simpson, Managing Director of CCED.

Through the implementation of Oracle cloud solutions, CC Energy Development (CCED) anticipates significant enhancements in operational agility, cost optimization, and resource allocation. CCED ensures compliance with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral (MEM) data residency regulations, adhering to the country’s sovereignty requirements.

According to the statement, “The project is poised to streamline critical processes, enhance decision-making capabilities, and empower CCED to navigate the complexities of the energy landscape with confidence and foresight.”

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