SSS Process wins big Saudi e-payments deals
Amman, December 7, 2009
SSS Process, a leading provider of e-government services and software solutions, said it has won several key e-services and e-payments portal projects in Saudi Arabia.
The Jordanian-Saudi company said it had begun incorporating the 'C4 Sadad' solution in a large number of organisations and companies in Saudi who seek e-payment services live via their website.
'SSS Process expects to conclude a number of their current projects before the end of this year. Bill tracking and online payment will be accessible for customers of these parties via the “C4 Sadad” system, which confirms to the highest security and privacy standards,' Firas Al-Mousli, chairman of the board of directors of SSS Process.
These projects are aimed at developing the e-services and e-payments portals which are subordinated to various ministries, organizations, and private sector companies in the Saudi Kingdom, he noted.
Pointing out the negatives of the insufficiency in the electronic payment services in the Arabic websites, Al-Mousli said, 'Such lack renders them incapable of fulfilling the user’s demands from one side and the people in charge of the websites from the other.'
'Beside saving time and effort for the clients, water, electricity, and telecommunication companies, for an example, can reduce collection offices’ operational costs by incorporating the system on their website,' he added.
Al-Mousli attributed the great demand on the system to its easy-to-use features, data security, and the user’s ability to track their bills as well as place them in an advanced-accounting-formula to easily allow businessmen to observe their various activities.
The “C4 Sadad” e-payment system was developed to serve the needs of the linking process with Sadad Organization, a subordinate of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (Sama), to benefit from the payment and communication channels with the general banks in the Saudi.-TradeArabia News Service