ELM launches Cloud Service at GITEX
E-service provider introduces new offering
ELM, a provider of electronic solutions and government support services, has officially launched its cutting-edge ‘ELM Cloud Service,’ a full range of cloud-based systems, at GITEX Technology Week 2014.
‘ELM Cloud’ has been specially designed by ELM and its partners to support the Kingdom’s e-governance plan, while also meeting the cloud computing needs of the government and private sectors. It is an integrated package of financial and administrative systems, human resources and procurement systems, and cloud e-services developed in accordance with best international practices.
“ELM is keen on cooperating with leading suppliers and consultants from around the world to provide the Saudi market with the best innovative solutions,” says Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Al-Omair, Executive Director of Electronic Services, ELM. “‘ELM Cloud’ makes ELM the Middle East’s first provider of a Cloud Resource Planning System.” Al-Omair says that the ‘ELM Cloud’ aims to meet growing government and private corporate demand for cloud computing services given their strategic, financial and operational benefits.
According to ELM, the ‘Cloud Resource Planning System’ is composed of five major subsystems, which includes ‘Human Resources and Payroll,’ ‘Employee Self-Service,’ ‘Financial,’ ‘Procurement,’ and ‘Inventory Control and Warehouse Management.’ All five work as an integrated system based on a common database that serves all business departments and sections.