Saudi Oger deploys Oracle’s ERP solutions
Riyadh, January 26, 2008
Oger Systems, Saudi's leading system integrator, has signed an agreement with Saudi Oger to deploy Oracle's enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions as part of its steps to boost efficiency.
The deal is said to be biggest of its kind to be implemented in the Middle East.
The significant project comes in response to the huge growth Oger Systems has been lately witnessing, said a top official.
“Implementing the ERP system is another example of our commitment to provide state-of-the-art technology and infrastructure services matching global standards”, said Fadi El Masri, CEO of Oger Systems.
He pointed out that the ERP System project will have nine divisions serving more than 23,000 users.
Spelling out the advantages of the system, Masri said it will increase customer satisfaction by using improved procedures, processes and performance information.
"It also aims to help the company meet the increasing business demands, and go along with the world’s most advanced technologies in such a way that allows it to offer world-class products and services to its clients," he added.
There will also be a reduction in administrative overhead, thereby allowing the staff to concentrate on value-added activities as against transactional activities like duplicate data entry.
It will also help replace existing applications and processes, thereby reducing associated overhead and retaining the necessary functionality.
The system helps generate general productivity gains to enable competitive advantage through the lowest-cost transaction processing and resulting from process improvements.
“Our company boasts a wealth of experience in deploying such international solutions for numerous big companies. No doubt, this will hugely contribute to the success of this project”, said Abdilrahman Al Thuhaiban, general manager of Oracle Saudi Arabia.-TradeArabia News Service
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