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Telenor appoints Haroon Bhatti as it’s first Chief Business Officer

Telenor Pakistan, has reported its new and pending plan of action for B2B (Business to Business) administrations which will see the appointment of new Division to be driven by Haroon Bhatti as its first Chief Business Officer.

Telenor Pakistan accepts there are enormous open doors in the B2B space through more grounded center around esteem creation, advancement, undertaking arrangements, client encounter and key organizations which are lined up with the organization’s guarantee to convey on its vision of engaging social orders and interfacing individuals to what is most important. Being the business pioneer in development, this new set up won’t just take into account the current business needs in the market for new arrangements yet will likewise empower Telenor Pakistan to foresee more advanced requests of its business clients.

The portfolio for Telenor Pakistan’s new Business Division is a solidification of the current B2B deals, network, arranging and business client bolster notwithstanding the presentation of B2B centered Cloud, DaaS (Data as a Service) and IoT (Internet of Things) arrangements. The formation of new business is a continuation of Telenor Pakistan’s soul of being at the bleeding edge of innovation and execution towards turning into the association without bounds.

“As a forward-looking growth organization, Telenor Pakistan is driven by customer focus, innovation and empowerment and our approach has helped us adapt quickly to everchanging needs of our customers. This new model is aligned with our strategy to provide businesses with futuristic technologies and be their partner of choice in their digital transformation.” said Irfan Wahab Khan, CEO Telenor Pakistan. “I’m sure Haroon’s addition to the Telenor Pakistan family will support us in leading the way towards anticipating and delivering on the business needs.”

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