AMAN supports future growth with office automation package

Dubai Islamic Insurance and Reinsurance Company (AMAN) is making a bid for market leadership with the deployment of Al Haris — a Shariah-compliant office automation package.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  June 5, 2003

Dubai Islamic Insurance and Reinsurance Company (AMAN) is making a bid for market leadership with the deployment of Al Haris — an office automation package from Jordanian software developer, Future Applied Computer Technology (FACT).

The Shariah-compliant application tracks system use and improves security and confidentially through strict chain-of-command processes.

“We want to provide the region’s best insurance and reinsurance service, and we are leveraging state-of-the-art technologies to do so,” says AMAN's chairman Sultan Saeed Al-Mansouri.

The bi-lingual software also reduces manual data entry and enables the creation of new policies quickly and easily.

“This capability will greatly enhance our expansion plans, allowing AMAN to relocate geographically in any direction,” comments AMAN's managing director, Hussein Mohammed Al-Meeza.

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