PTCL Launches Managed WAN Services

PTCL Managed WAN ServicesPTCL is now launching and introducing managed WAN services for all of its corporate customers. This service was launched in Islamabad and from the sources we came to know that large and wide numbers of corporate individuals were the part of this launching ceremony. Some of the prominent names include Hamid Farooq, who is PTCL Senior Executive Vice President Business Development, Samer Ajjawi who is an Advisory Team Member of Etisalat and many other corporate officials were also the part of this occasion.

Hamid Farooq, PTCL Senior Executive Vice President (SEVP) Business Development said:

“Managed WAN Service is another remarkable product by PTCL, which is designed on the core philosophy of, ‘let the expert do it for you’. PTCL is striving for end-to-end data and solution integration for the corporate and SME sector in Pakistan and our latest offering is geared towards filling this void of this underserved segment.”

This ceremony was started and initiated by Nauman Ashraf who is a PTCL senior manager of ICT products. According to this service, managed WAN services will be able to cope with the challenges of business markets. This service will also help and guide them to come with more efficient and effective network system. This service will enable the business market to come up with more stable and secure network system. This sort of outsourcing will make you to analyze report and set up monitoring networks. This service will also enable you to develop and create proactive networks for your company. Enjoy having this service if you are working at the corporate level. We will be updating you on a timely and regular basis with regard to more of the launching services of PTCL like this.


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