SSS Process deploys PMO for Saudi bank
Amman, December 4, 2010
SSS Process, a Saudi-based company specialised in providing e-government services and software solutions, inaugurated project management office (PMO) for Islamic Development Bank based in Jeddah.
The PMO supplies bank’s management with the necessary infrastructure, unifying the required standards for project management, guaranteeing execution via a methodology that increases success rates, said a statement from SSS Process.
The Saudi-Jordanian company applied EPM 2010 Server that would allow the banks administration to set project’s execution and application strategies, specifying technical and logistic framework.
Nevertheless, allowing the administration the ability to view project’s milestones development accurately.
SSS Process CEO Alaa Ensheiwat said the new system serves the bank’s projects in line with their expectations.
"It provides successful banking solutions to its administration, which assists them in supervising their projects. Meanwhile, it supports its centralised priorities designation, decision-making and financial allotment process," he noted.
According to Ensheiwat, all departments will direct their projects to this office.
The PMO will perform feasibility studies, in addition to designating which of the projects are more suitable for the bank’s objectives and in line with its strategies and budget requirements, he added.
The entire process will be monitored by the executive management, to be set according to plans, timelines, required budget, or other criteria, as the bank see fit.
Ensheiwat pointed out that the bank’s keenness on adopting latest technologies, operation, and workflow methodologies, in addition to technical solutions that would assist them in finalizing their projects via a safe and secure environment is the reason for selecting SSS Process.
Secure Services Systems Company is considered as one of the pioneering Arabic organizations in the field of innovative IT solutions where it emphasized since its’ establishment in 2003 on providing specialized services to the governmental sector.
It also worked on providing technical solutions with international standards that will satisfy local needs by increasing productivity and efficiency. The company has gained a lot of experience in running governmental projects especially in the Gulf region.-TradeArabia News Service
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