FOR RELEASE ON
June 05, 2007
Nermeen Negm, Marketing Manager
BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON JOINS SAMENA TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL
UAE - June 05, 2007 - SAMENA Telecommunications Council has announced that its membership base has grown to 60
with the joining of Booz Allen Hamilton.
"We are honored to welcome a well recognized & prestigious Multinational Organization as Booz Allen Hamilton on board"
Expressed Mr. Thomas Wilson, the Managing Director of SAMENA. "It is with such a diversified membership base we feel
that SAMENA can reach its full Potential. Booz Allen Hamilton brings on over 90 years of consulting experience for
Businesses & Governments around the world & we feel that this will provide a wide era of expertise to the Members of SAMENA"
Booz Allen Hamilton, a leading global consulting firm, has 19,000 employees serving clients on six continents.
Their wide spectrum of services in various industries include integrating a full range of consulting capabilities,
helping government and commercial clients solve their toughest problems with services in strategy, operations,
organization and change, and information technology. They have won numerous rewards & are recognized as a consultant
and an employer of choice. In 2007, for the third consecutive year, Fortune magazine named Booz Allen one of "The 100
Best Companies to Work For"
To learn more about Booz Allen Hamilton visit www.boozallen.com
SAMENA Telecommunications Council is a tri-regional, non-profit telecommunications association that embodies
a community of South Asian, Middle Eastern, and North African telecoms operators, manufacturers, regulatory
authorities, and academia. SAMENA aims to be the ultimate promoter of collaboration and knowledge-sharing in
the SAMENA region that spans 25 countries.
The Council is driven by telecoms issues that operators in South Asia, the Middle East, and in North Africa face,
and is determined to provide its advocacy expertise to help aid the incubation of novel approaches and ideas that
would provide better means for the expansion and utilization of telecommunications in the region.