Jan 25 2011
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ZAK Solutions awarded the Best Microsoft Gulf Education Partner 2010
Kuwait, January 25, 2011: Microsoft Corporation granted ZAK Solutions an Award for Best Microsoft Gulf Education Partner for their achievements in the education sector and their implementation of a number of projects in the field of smart schools and e-learning. The conference was attended by Eng. Ehab Mostafa General Manager, Microsoft Kuwait, Azza Al Shinnawy Public Sector Education Manage - Microsoft Gulf and the Gulf region's ZAK Solutions by Jaber al-Kazimi Chairman and Engineer Ashraf Abu al-Khair, Vice Chairman and Managing Director.
This award is an addition to the many awards received by ZAK Solutions Company from many leading IT international companies as recognition to their efforts in implementing a number of projects, especially in the education sector. Azza Al Shinnawy presented the company the award for its achievements in the year 2010 specifically the implementation of a high profile project, the technological infrastructure project of the Ministry of Education in Kuwait.
Ehab Mostafa stated during the conference, "We are delighted today to recognize one of the leading partners in Kuwait and the region, and we are proud of our partnership with ZAK Solutions that portrays an example of a local company of excellent standards in the technology sector, which is confirmed today that Microsoft local partners can carry out Giant projects and with the highest international quality standards. I would like to thank ZAK 's leadership and its staff on this achievement and we are confident that this is just the start of many high profile projects that serves this vital sector. In the end I would like to emphasize we have committed ourselves to working with our local partners to provide solutions that serve all sectors and contribute to building knowledge based society".
Ashraf Abu AlKheer, ZAK solutions Vice president and Managing Director said, "I want to thanks Microsoft for this honor, which we highly value and thank the team for their hard work and overcoming many difficulties and challenges in order to implement such high profile projects. Additionally, I thank the Ministry of Education, which gave the opportunity for local companies and the confidence to take on high profile projects in order to develop and improve the level and quality of education in Kuwait to the highest international standards, the coming period will witness further cooperation with Microsoft and the major international companies to achieve further success in various sectors,"
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