ShasTech deploys Sermon Arabia solutions
Riyadh, January 2, 2011
ShasTech, a leading distributor, retailer of Apple and Griffin Technologies, has signed a bilateral agreement with Sermon Arabia Business Solutions to deploy enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions in its key branches in Saudi Arabia.
Sermon Business Solutions, which has a major presence in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Libya, is one of the prominent Microsoft authorized partners in the region and a major provider of Microsoft Dynamics services and solutions.
The ERP solutions will be deployed at Riyadh, Jeddah, and Al-Khobar branches in addition to iCare and iStore showrooms, said a statement from ShasTech.
Based on Microsoft Dynamics AX, the solutions aims at supporting ShasTech growth strategies and support its business network in local markets. It will provide the necessary infrastructure for communication with clients, facilitating follow-up on financial and managerial issues via a secure e-environment.
“We always adhere to employing the latest technologies for the benefit of our clients, due to the constant, increasing demand for our products. This is why ERP solution is important for us," said Mohammed Ali, ShasTech general manager.
"Its power in supporting our businesses, sales channels, technical support, and maintaining our high level customer services is exemplary," he noted.
“Our business growth made us seek perfect solution, suitable for our size of operations and consistent with our future needs. Sermon's ERP will assist us in linking our branches and offices via a local network and the internet. It will help us increase our efficiency, subsequently decreasing operational costs by at least 5 per cent,” Ali added.
Moayyad Zaidan, Sermon Arabia country manager, emphasized the capabilities of MS ERP solutions in assisting ShasTech to employ their resources in a standardized and comprehensive manner.
“We expect that ShasTech will see their return on investment in ME ERP. The modules deployed for ShasTech are Finance, Supply Chain, Point of Sale, Service Management, Human Resources, and Payroll,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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