Bintel signs key accord
Manama, May 4, 2009
Bintel has signed an agreement with Almoayed Systems Group to implement the Microsoft Dynamics NAV enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution at its headquarters in Bahrain.
The deal will enable Bintel, the telecommunication services providers in the Middle East and Africa, to streamline its business processes and boost company-wide productivity, and allow them to connect to their customers, suppliers and partners in a more organised and cost-effective manner.
'For a multinational telecom services provider like Bintel, which is on the verge of major strategic expansion, Microsoft Dynamics NAV represents the perfect ERP solution,' said Bintel chief operating officer Thirukumar Nadarasa.
'As well as centralising business data storage and increasing overall productivity, the solution offers unmatched business flexibility, and given Almoayed Systems Group's vast expertise in deploying critical business management systems, we can be assured that the solution will be implemented to world-class standards.'
'With the implementation of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Bintel will be able to make more informed business decisions and respond quickly to customer demands,' said Almoayed Group chief executive officer Rajan Mohindra.
'Almoayed Systems Group has a dynamic pool of resources with the ability to deploy even the most complex of solutions. We have deployed numerous enterprise, banking solutions in several markets such as Bahrain, Qatar, UAE, India, Pakistan and Kenya, and our business consultants and deployment teams are highly trained, with a clear focus on deliverables,' Mohindra said.
'Microsoft Dynamic NAV is a comprehensive and easy-to-use solution which enables organisations to automate and streamline business processes,' said Almoayed Systems Group assistant general manager Abhijit Chatterjee.
'We will leverage our considerable expertise to ensure that Bintel is able to take full advantage of the features and functionalities of Microsoft Dynamic NAV.'-TradeArabia News Service
More IT & Telecommunications Stories
- UAE’s ICT sector to grow 22.3pc in 2013
- Etisalat offers higher price for Maroc stake
- Orascom set to be delisted from exchanges
- HTC Desire 600 launched
- Huawei's Mideast revenue up 18pc in 2012
- Yokogawa-Petrobras in wireless deal
- 90pc of passwords ‘vulnerable to hacking’
- Etisalat supports mGovernment initiative
- Du lauches prepaid data bundles
- RTS Realtime opens data center in Dubai