Oman's Ministry of Education boosts efficiency with Sakhr

Sakhr’s School Management System (SMS) will be implemented in 100 schools, with another 250 schools accessing the application remotely.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  October 29, 2002

Oman’s Ministry of Education is planning to deploy Sakhr’s School Management System (SMS) across 350 schools in the sultanate. The SMS suite will be implemented in 100 schools, with another 250 schools will accessing it remotely via the web.

SMS provides data storage capacity, with the ability to create and retrieve backup files, high speed processing and to identify mistakes.

SMS enables the online execution and follow up of routine school tasks. The application suite can also be hosted on single web server and be accessed by more than one school at the same time.

According to Sakhr, the application suite reduces the administrative time cycle, producing more efficient reports at higher speeds. While the user interface permits the use of several applications and reports at once.

According to Abudullah Nasser Al Sinawi, IT manager, Sultanate of Oman’s Ministry of Education, stated that this agreement was another step towards modernising and increasing the capability of the work within Omani schools.

The implementation will take place across multiple phases and involve the training of numerous ministry employees.

Sakhr has also won similar projects in Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Kuwait.

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