Cairo Amman Bank adopts SSS solutions
Amman, November 13, 2010
Secure Services Systems (SSS) Process, a key IT solutions provider, has deployed its K2 Blackpearl solution based on Microsoft Sharepoint in Cairo-Amman Bank.
K2 Blackpearl's goal is to automate internal bank operations, increase speed for routine processes, and boost transparency rates, while assuring accuracy and quick turn-around time in completing banking tasks, said a statement from the Saudi-Jordanian firm SSS.
Omar Yaqoup, Cairo-Amman Bank chief information officer said, 'This project falls under our management’s aspiration to employ the best technologies, which ensure uplifting banking services’ standards throughout all departments and branches in the Kingdom.”
“K2 will play a significant role in increasing processes speed and organizing information flow inside the bank’s branches and departments. It will also support processes workflow and communication between branches via an electronic, safe, and secure environment,” he noted.
SSS Process said in addition to its user-friendly feature, the IT platform provides the necessary infrastructure for employees to interact with documents and achieves efficiently, while accessing databases and required information in the fastest possible speed, according to departments’ and employees’ privileges.
Alaa Ensheiwat, chief executive officer of SSS Process said, 'We added K2 engine to Microsoft’s sharing platform to uplift its performance, and allow department managers to edit files before authorizing them and archiving them in the bank’s database.'
'K2 engine allows for extra features like saving any type of file, uplifts Microsoft Sharepoint platform, and combining various types of operations to acquire the information needed,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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