League of Arab States rolls out Great Plains solution

League of Arab States aims for greater efficiency and lower operating costs with Microsoft Great Plains eEnterprise rollout.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  June 23, 2002

League of Arab States is deploying Microsoft Great Plains enterprise resource planning (ERP)software, as it attempts to drive down operating costs and increase efficiencies. The project, which will be carried out by local partner Cairo 2000, will enable the Arab League to automate internal and external processes in a fully Arabised environment.

“The League of Arab States is delighted to be working with Cairo 2000 on the implementation of a new Microsoft Great Plains-based ERP solution to meet the unique needs of our growing institution. Our decision to award the contract to Cairo 2000 was based largely on the company’s ability to deliver an Arabised version of the eEnterprise application, in order to satisfy our desire to work with an Arabic application,” says a representative from the League of Arab States.

Ayman Samir Abdel-Aal, president, Cairo 2000 Computer Consultants adds, “our role in this project will not only be the implementation and consultancy activities for certain modules, but also include tailoring HR, Payroll, Conferences & Ceremonies Management, and Free Trade Zone Management systems for the specific business nature of the League.”

The eEnterprise solution – provides the Arab League with capabilities such as intercompany processing, account level security, multidimensional analysis, multicurrency, plus cash flow management, bank reconciliation, e-banking, fixed assets, payables, receivables, and collections management. Advanced budgeting capabilities using Excel supplement the financial series, and financial reports can be shared electronically throughout an organisation with the web-enabled eView.

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