19 Jan Google appointed new Google Cloud Country Manager in the United Arab Emirates
Google appointed its new United Arab Emirates Google Cloud Country Manager as the company heads forward with driving digital transformation in the Middle East.
Ziad Jammal will be filling the position at Google Cloud, overseeing the company’s go-to-market strategy and driving customers’ success across the UAE.
With a focus on scaling Google Cloud’s offerings in the UAE, the organisation aims to help organisations across industries such as the public sector, financial services, media, aviation, telco and retail in an AI-focused generation.
Abdul Rahman Al Thehaiban, Google Cloud Managing Director, Middle East, Turkey and Africa said: “We are delighted to have Ziad at the helm of our UAE operations.
“His leadership, expertise, and knowledge of the region will be instrumental in elevating customers’ experience with Google Cloud, while ensuring businesses benefit from both cutting-edge solutions and the trusted support needed for their unique cloud journey.”
Ziad will be taking on the challenge to ‘spearhead the next chapter of Google Cloud’s journey in the UAE’ and praised the region for its ambition towards its digital economy.
As digital transformation is currently being fueled by generative AI, Ziad believes that there are opportunities for businesses in the country to ‘transform their operations and disrupt industries’.