Aspire rolls out Oracle ERP
Qatar sports developer turns to Oracle E-Business to manage newly merged units
Qatar's Aspire Zone Foundation, formerly Qatar Sports City, has rolled out Oracle E-Business Suite R12 across its three key business units.
The three business units, the Aspire Academy, Aspetar Qatar Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Hospital and the sports venue manager Aspire Logistics, were recently merged under AZF, and there was a need for an ERP solution to provide consistent management across the three. Previously the business units had out-date ERP solutions or were not running any such applications.
Mahindra Satyam deployed Oracle E-Business, with a single system to manage all three units. AZF now has access to systems to manage the whole business.
"Oracle was the clear choice, as it is a single vendor capable of providing consistent integrated technology across our organization during implementation of Oracle E-Business Suite (R 12) as well as into the future with its integrated technology stack. With Oracle, we can build a single, scalable platform that is benefitting AZF today and will support our technology roadmap into the future," said Niyas Abdulrahiman, Chief IT advisor, Aspire Zone Foundation.
Abdul Rahman Al Thehaiban, vice president, Oracle Middle East & Africa, added: "The innovative idea behind the Oracle E-Business Suite is to provide businesses of all sizes with an unprecedented single integrated computer-based application across all functional areas to optimize visibility, operational efficiency, control of information and decision-making processes and drive sustainable growth.
"AZF has joined a long list of high profile organizations in the region that have found Oracle E-Business suite as a panacea for their IT management issues, eventually helping them meet their business objectives and drive profits to their investments."