Muscat: On the sidelines of the activities of the 32nd edition of the Comex exhibition at the Oman International Convention and Exhibition Center, Transom Handling signed an agreement with Oman Data Park for the provision of Infrastructure services and Microsoft licenses.
The agreement was signed by Sheikh Saud bin Abdul-Aziz Al-Azizi, CEO of Transom Handling and Eng. Maqbool bin Salem Al-Wahaibi, CEO of Oman Data Park Company.
Under this agreement, Oman Data Park will provide cloud services, complete infrastructure services, and Microsoft licenses to Transom Handling, in addition to managed services and cyber security services.
Commenting on this deal, Sheikh Saud bin Abdulaziz Al-Azizi, CEO of Transom Handling Company, stated: "Transom's leadership in the field of ground handling ranks it at the forefront of keeping pace with the latest developments in the field of information technology and digital transformation that enhances the efficiency of the company's operations and improves its performance as well.”
For his part, Engineer Maqbool bin Salem Al Wahaibi, CEO of Oman Data Park, said: "We are delighted with our partnership with Transom Handling, as it is a leading company in ground handling services at the airports of the Sultanate of Oman."
He added: The expansion of the handling operations of our client Transom Handling enhances the expansion of our customer base since we will have great present through them at the various airlines that they deal with.
Transom Handling is the leading company in providing ground handling services to local and international airlines at all airports in the Sultanate of Oman, as it works to give its customers a dependable safe and distinctive travelling experience ensuring guests have a safe, reliable and timely journey. Its professional services include receiving and welcoming passengers, completing travel procedures, refuelling aircraft, cleaning aircraft cabins, and others etc.
It is also noteworthy that ODP, the Sultanate's first managed cloud services and cyber security provider, plays an integral role in supporting the digital transformation of Oman, through their offering of an all-in-one solution of computing, cloud computing, data storage, networking, web hosting and network security services. ODP also offers the Sultanate’s first Artificial Intelligence ready cloud infrastructure – Nebula AI powered by Nvidia.