STS implements Sun hardware for Al Rajhi Cement
Amman, May 19, 2008
STS, a leading IT services and enterprise solutions provider in the region, will cooperate with Al Rajhi Cement, a subsidiary of Al Rajhi Group, Saudi Arabia, to deploy Sun Microsystem’s infrastructure, hardware servers and storage to run enterprise Resource Planning Solution (ERP) based on Oracle E-Business Suite.
Al Rajhi’s prime initiative is to build up a new IT environment to automate the group’s operations and procedures, said an official spokesman.
Deployment of ERP on Sun hardware provided a level of system functionality that would immediately improve expandability and flexibility to support Al Rajhi’s growth.
Similarly important was STS’ exceptional role in implementing Sun’s cutting-edge solutions based on the latest multi-core multi-thread UltraSPARC T2 processor known as the fastest commodity processor and the most energy efficient “system on a chip”.
STS also managed all aspects of Sun’s services that included designing, sizing, capacity planning, back-up strategies, and 24 x 7 mission critical support to meet Al Rajhi’s business requirements.
“The advanced solutions Al Rajhi Cement is incorporating are significant to our company and its growth. Having deployed an ERP solution on Sun hardware will robustly provide a level of system functionality and improve the day-to-day business operations. Our partnership with STS comes in line with our strategy to partner with the best in their fields, and provide the optimum satisfaction for our customers,” said CEO of Al-Rajhi Cement Samer Berekdar.
“This is a time where IT and IT solutions are playing a central role for all sectors. We are proud to announce our partnership with an esteemed organization such as Al Rajhi Cement, and consider it a distinguishing vote of confidence in our work. We will always strive to meet the needs of our clients and by providing them the best-of-breed products and services that will ultimately enhance efficiency and growth,” said STS general manager Humam Mufti. – TradeArabia News Service
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