SSS Process installs key solution for Saudi bank
Riyadh, July 13, 2011
SSS Process, a leading company specialized in providing e-government services and software solutions, said it has completed the development of project management office (PMO) for Saudi-based Al Rajhi Bank.
Based on Microsoft’s latest technology (Project Server 2010), the PMO development aims at providing the Saudi bank with efficient solutions, capable of tracking the execution of the bank’s projects, said a statement from SSS Process.
The process included updating the EPM 2007 system to the advanced EPM 2010, as well as automation of the project management workflow.
The director of Strategic Projects at Al Rajhi Bank, Jamal Al Habahbeh said the bank’s management was keen on employing the best and latest technologies throughout all departments to uplift banking services’ standards and ensure operational success.
'The PMO development comes to facilitate the project management process and guarantee execution via a methodology that increases success rates,' remarked Al Habahbeh.
'Moreover, the project aims at measuring key performance indicators and reducing operating costs through Project Management Process Automation. The task was appointed to SSS Process for its great expertise in providing software solutions and PMO consultancy,” he added.
SSS Process CEO Dr Alaa Ensheiwat said the EPM 2010 system will assist the bank’s management in developing strategies, determining priorities, and decision-making and financial allotment processes.
'In addition, the PMO supplies the bank’s management with the necessary infrastructure, allowing it to set project’s execution and application strategies, specifying technical and logistic framework,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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