SAIB selects Microsoft EPM solution

Bank looks to boost project management with Microsoft EPM

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SAIB selects Microsoft EPM solution The solution will give comprehensive and accurate management to help boost SAIB, says Ensheiwat.
By  Mark Sutton Published  February 15, 2012

The Saudi Investment Bank (SAIB) has rolled out a Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solution to help it improve data sharing and collaboration to enhance project delivery.

The solution has been designed and implemented by Jordanian-Saudi technology firm Secure Services Systems Process Company (SSS Process), and is based on Microsoft Office Project 2010.

The system is intended to be an end-to-end collaborative project that will give SAIB visibility, insight, and efficient and dynamic solutions for sharing data, developing strategies, and managing risks and logistics.

Jamal Habahbeh, head of Enterprise Program Management and IT Strategy, commented: "Our administration is keen on developing its banking system and supplying it with the best and latest technologies to boost its position in the Saudi market and increase its operational efficiency and competitiveness.

"We believe that automating project management and business processes through a unique communication platform guarantees quality and speed of work execution. Moreover, such applications which are based on systematic methodologies play a vital role in managing and implementing projects, increasing success rates and raising customer service levels," he added.

Dr Alaa Ensheiwat, CEO of SSS Process said that the company has ensured a system to fit with the needs of the bank, and to assist its administrative bodies to draw strategic work plans, set project execution strategies, and coordinate work between managers and other concerned parties.

"The technical services and e-solutions provided by SSS Process enjoy high levels of accuracy and comprehensiveness. These basic pillars are among the factors that contribute to the development of an advanced managerial system that can boost a banking institution of the size of SAIB," he said.

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