Rum Agreement

Umniah Provides Rum Group with Integrated Business Solutions and Services August 6, 2018 – Amman, Jordan: Umniah, a subsidiary of Batelco Bahrain, announced that it has signed a five-year partnership agreement with the Rum Group for Transport and Tourism Investment. The agreement, which was signed by Umniah CEO Ziad Shatara and Rum Group CEO Riad Khashman, will see the telecom providing Rum with integrated business services, including mobile communication lines, Internet, vehicle tracking, landline communications, and unified communications and collaboration (UCC), in addition to online payment portfolio services. Speaking at the signing, Umniah CEO Ziad Shatara said, "We are proud to have Rum Group join our list of partners, another large corporation we are proud to serve. Our high-level abilities and our unmatched capacity to provide communications solutions and services have made Umniah the top choice for many national corporations." Shatara went on to add, "Umniah's strategy builds on past achievements and maximizes our successes by providing newer products and more innovative services to our customers. In turn, we commit to providing the best and latest innovations in the field to help them develop, grow, and expand their businesses." He spoke of the international and national endorsements that Umniah has received over the years, praising the company’s quality of services and high levels of customer satisfaction. Rum Group CEO Riad Khashman spoke of his pleasure at the partnership with Umniah, a pioneering and highly reputable company in the local communications sector. He hoped that this signing is the first step for cooperation between the two institutions, noting that the services offered by Umniah will help propel Rum forward, increasing its productivity and reflecting positively on its operational performance. Since its launch in the Jordanian market, Umniah has provided the latest services and business solutions characterized by quality and high added value for both individual and corporate customers. -End-