Hewlett Packard Enterprise signs strategic MoU with Abu Dhabi Smart Solutions and Services Authority

Collaboration will accelerate Abu Dhabi government's digital transformation and achieve emiratization objectives

  
Antonio Neri Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Antonio Neri Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Abu Dhabi: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced the signing of a strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Abu Dhabi Smart Solutions and Services Authority (ADSSSA), to accelerate the Abu Dhabi government's digital transformation efforts. The agreement was signed by H.E. Dr. Rauda Al Saadi, Director General, ADSSSA and Fabio Fontana, Vice President and Managing Director, HPE Middle East, in the presence of H.E. Jassim Al Zaabi, Chairman, Abu Dhabi Executive Office and Antonio Neri, President and CEO, HPE. 

The signing of the MoU was one of the highlights of the recent meeting between H.E. Jassim Al Zaabi and Antonio Neri, where they also discussed the ambitious plans and projects that Abu Dhabi government is currently implementing as part of its commitment to deliver the highest levels of service performance and efficiency for the citizens of the Emirate. During the meeting, H.E Al Zaabi hailed HPE’s proven global track record of delivering exceptional experiences and the highest quality of solutions for its customers. As part of the MoU, HPE will deliver key innovations and technological advancements to help ADSSSA achieve its ambitious objectives.

“Governments need to use disruptive technologies to meet the increasing demands and expectations of their citizens,” said Antonio Neri, President and CEO, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “We are excited to collaborate with ADSSSA to power Abu Dhabi government’s digitization plans and help the Emirate achieve its objectives of Ghadan 21, Abu Dhabi’s development accelerator programme”.  

ADSSSA will leverage HPE technology and expertise to advance the Emirate’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) agenda and improve citizen experience of their integrated online service, TAMM. HPE will engage in knowledge sharing with ADSSSA by connecting it with HPE global innovation centres to offer the best digital practices adopted by governments around the world.

“We are looking forward to this strategic partnership between ADSSSA and HPE, which will elevate Abu Dhabi's digitization efforts,” said H.E. Jassim Al Zaabi, Chairman, Abu Dhabi Executive Office. ”We are confident that HPE's range of solutions and services will drive further synergies for Abu Dhabi Government’s platform.”

As part of the MoU, HPE will offer internships to top Emirati tech graduates, providing them with key access and exposure to global best practices that will help them prepare for future roles in the technology sector.

For more information, please access; https://www.hpe.com/emea_middle_east/en/home.html 

About Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is a global technology leader focused on developing intelligent solutions that allow customers to capture, analyse and act upon data seamlessly from edge to cloud. HPE enables customers to accelerate business outcomes by driving new business models, creating new customer and employee experiences, and increasing operational efficiency today and into the future.

About ADSSSA
Abu Dhabi’s Smart Solutions and Services Authority (ADSSSA) has a legal personality and possesses the necessary legal capacity as well as financial and administrative independence in all matters. The Smart Solutions and Services Authority is aimed at developing smart systems for government services by focusing on the combined experience of all categories of customers, to improve and assist the work of the government services sector. 

The Authority works with all government bodies to redefine services and offer them in a seamless, proactive and integrated manner, to meet the individual needs of each customer, through a multi-channel unified platform which provides customers with access to services anywhere and at any time. ADSSSA is also supervising the establishment of customer service centres, which will offer smart and integrated services as per global best practices. Their creation is an important initiative and a deliberated step which will help reinforce Abu Dhabi’s position as a technological innovation hub.

The Authority’s tasks also involve drafting general policies, strategic plans and initiatives, and providing operational support in order to achieve government integration in terms of information and communication technologies. It also helps to enable government entities to manage their institutional and developmental tasks through innovative systems and legislations, which will contribute to the improvement of government performance.

Editorial contact:
Angela Chatzidimitriou, HPE
+44 7908854371
angela.chatzidimitriou@hpe.com 

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