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Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University e-School of Business and Quality Management Data Analysis for Managers 113DAM108 Section: 1 Spring 2013

Data Analysis of Etisalat Company

Learners Name & ID: Abdulhakim Sultan Alolama ID# 200004299 Majid Ali Alomair ID# 200004970 Rashid Alyammahy ID# 200005685

Course Instructor: Dr. Purnendu Mandal

Date: 30th May 2013

Table of contents Introduction ………………………………………………………………….……………..…………………….. 3 Variables………………………………………………………………………….……………..…………………….. 4 Methodology………………………………………………………………….……………..…………………….. 7 Data and Findings ………………………………………………………….……………..…………………….. 8
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In addition, the telecom market in UAE is driven by growing demand for telecommunications services like voice, SMS, data services like internet, fax, etc as well as high broadband services like video calling, video messaging and video conferencing. This study aims to explore the factors which affect on etisalat inventories. The report is based on a analysis of the current tecnologies services provided by etisalat and several varibales such as numbers of subscribers, numbers of etisalat branches (international investment), number of etisalat employees and the compitive companies in the market that Etisalat is operating their. The study seeks to explore the methodology of increasing the company inventories as well as recommend improved or enhanced stratgy to sustain the company value in UAE telecommunications industry.

Variables:
In order to relyze the relation between Etisalat inventories and other factors, this study was introduced. The variables are distributed between dependent and independent variables where some of independent variables are dummy variables – no number to illustrate them –. The variables were choosen as the following: * Etisalat inventories – dependent vaiable. * Tecnologies services, number of subscribers, Etisalat branches, number of employee and competitve companies – independent variables.
Tecnologies services:
The

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