Huawei will continue to support its partners for Telecom Business Expension

Huawei Technologies has assured to continue supporting its partners for telecom business expansion in Pakistan and to help them achieve the set targets. During Huawei Pakistan Core Partner Convention held in Islamabad, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Company, Mr. Geng Simon said he anticipates 2013 as an opportune growth period for partners and Huawei. “We need to collaborate shoulder to shoulder with an open mind to jointly create added-value within the industry. Let’s build and enjoy a prosperous future together with real win-win results, he remarked.”
Simon said “With collaborative efforts, Huawei was able to achieve business gains and steady growth within Pakistan. This is not only an achievement for us, but also a success for our many cooperation partners.”
He also mentioned five cooperation essentials that Huawei will be focusing on over the coming years. Mr. Ahmed Bilal Masood Deputy CEO, Huawei Pakistan said the theme of this particular convention is “Collaboration, Value, Win-Win” as this motto highlights not only our vision for the market, but also expectations.
“We are confident that Huawei and our partners can continue to develop relationships marked by exceptional value, where together we can achieve greater efficiencies for long-term sustainable development.
Head of procurement department in Middle East, Zeng Chuishi, Naseem Usmani Advisor Huawei Pakistan and other officials attended the Convention.
During his opening remarks, Geng Simon while elaborating the theme of the convention, said:
The theme of this particular convention is “Collaboration, Value, Win-Win”. This motto highlights not only our vision for the market, but our expectations for Huawei’s partners. We are confident that Huawei and our partners can continue to develop relationships marked by exceptional value, where together we can achieve greater efficiencies for long-term sustainable development.
To achieve this goal moving ahead, I would like to briefly highlight five cooperation essentials that Huawei will be focusing on over the coming year.
First of all, Huawei will concentrate on a shortlist of main-stream suppliers which uphold the high standards we are setting for ourselves and which are able to deliver on our large scale ambitions. We expect to further release the potential of our main stream suppliers, and fully utilize main stream suppliers’ value of quality management, project management, resources maneuvering and end logistics.
Secondly, we will encourage subcontractors to refine engineering capabilities in multiple categories. This will help achieve the engineering PTP contracting within the specific business management frame of Huawei local offices, minimizing coordination efforts and also reducing low-efficiency subcontracting. In this way, we will dramatically improve the efficiency of overall engineering constructions.
Thirdly, we will strive to develop deeper connections with our main-stream subcontractors on project management, quality management, quality standard setup, as well as process & IT systems. We hope that such alignment will ensure mutual understanding and smoother communication processes so we can achieve on-time, high-quality and low-cost delivery.
Fourth, we will be looking at ways to support Huawei’s subcontractors in the short list to be flexible on their manpower management, building the capabilities to gather & release resources quickly and flexibly according to the increase or decrease of local engineering project needs.
Last but not least, Huawei will continue to emphasize the importance of our subcontractors successfully managing CSR, EHS, network security and business conduct guidelines (BCG). These are fundamental within our industry today, and Huawei requirements for these areas are a reflection on both our brand and our partners. In that respect, we can only create and maintain an equal and fair business environment by working together. We look to your continued support in upholding a “Zero Tolerance” policy to violations, and taking a leadership position within the industry where we can all be recognized for the highest levels of transparency and accountability.
Looking at these five cooperation essentials, we must recognize that competition in the future will be more complicated with uncertain changes. By focusing on these five essentials and creating a stable, healthy industry chain, together we can overcome all such challenges and flourish within Pakistan’s exciting ICT business environment.