Infonas Telecommunications and digital transformational company Sunny Isle Studios are pleased to announce that they have signed a Marketing Strategy Transformation Program, combining Infonas’ cutting-edge utilisation of technology with Sunny Isle Studios’ international, next-generation marketing services. The move fully supports the Kingdom of Bahrain in becoming a technology hub of the region and will ensure Infonas can better serve and engage with the local and international business community. The partnership brings to life Infonas’ drive to be a customer-based company at the forefront of the ever-changing times of modern technology, further enhancing Infonas’ ability to communicate and engage on its products and services.
Infonas Marketing Manager Hassan Nowrooz emphasised that “Together, working as one team, we will show the full potential of digital transformations, putting our clients on the best path for success in the new digital business world. Delivering this marketing strategy and digital transformation will allow us to provide the very best for businesses globally, building the next generation of transformative enterprises”.
The Infonas – Sunny Isle Studios partnership brings together deep skills in technology, ideation and marketing in order to effectively deliver industry-leading products and services in the telecommunications sector. As global telecom carrier and ICT solutions provider, Infonas specializes in voice and data managed services such as Corporate Internet solutions, Artificial Intelligence, Microsoft Teams, Amazon Cloud Services, and Marketing Automation.
Sunny Isle Studios were selected as part of Infonas’ push to support and foster Bahraini-owned businesses. Yasmine Rasool, Co-Founder of Sunny Isle Studios, stated, “We are extremely excited to sign with the leading telecommunications company Infonas. With technology becoming critical in every aspect of business, we collectively recognize that we need to help accelerate the development of digital products and solutions through marketing to ensure the Bahraini marketplace remains on the competitive vanguard.”