KEO International Consultants, the region’s renowned creative enterprise of planning, design, engineering and project management, has partnered with Microsoft to reimagine its workplace by adopting its cloud and productivity solutions.
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The move will empower KEO to foster productivity and collaboration among its workforce, while achieving operational excellence to better deliver services to its clients.
“At KEO we are committed to resolving complexity and realizing opportunity in the way our clients and partners develop the world. Technology plays a crucial role in delivering upon this mission and our partnership with Microsoft will enable us to achieve these goals.” Said Damir Jaksic, Chief Information Officer, at KEO.
“The global pandemic provided us with a fresh challenge, as our newly commissioned office soon became unreachable during the lockdown. Yet thanks to Azure, Teams, and Microsoft 365, the full gamut of our operations was active for all new team members, to work remotely and ensure full business continuity. The Microsoft Cloud and its suite of innovations are enabling us to reinvent our workplace as we navigate the new normal.” Damir added.
Taking advantage of Microsoft 365, Azure, and Power Apps, KEO International Consultants is now delivering enhanced value to employees and customers in myriad ways.
Microsoft Power Apps has significantly strengthened corporate governance and improve operating agility. Microsoft Teams facilitates large remote meetings with sharing and collaboration achieved with ease, and Azure is continually improving the company’s cloud journey delivering a more secure and resilient workplace.
“KEO International Consultants has taken strides in its digital transformation by adopting Microsoft innovations that completely reimagine the workplace and adapt to the new normal. We are excited to support their journey and empowering them to achieve more.” said Alaeddine Karim, Country Manager, Microsoft Kuwait.
“As we move forward through this pandemic from a responding phase to a recovering phase – to a reimagining phase, we are transforming Kuwaiti organizations with the power of technology, thereby delivering on the key aspects of Kuwait Vision 2035.” Karim concluded.
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