Cairo 2000 brings Arabized office automation to Arab League
Cairo 2000, an Egyptian Information Technology (IT) firm, and Microsoft Great Plains, an independent division of the world’s largest software manufacturer, will jointly provide business management software for the Cairo-headquartered League of Arab States, in a bid to improve the organization’s efficiency, lower overhead costs and offer its members greater and faster access to electronic data in Arabic.
Under the terms of the agreement, Cairo 2000 will implement a Microsoft Great Plains-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that will enable the Arab League to automate internal and external work processes in a fully Arabized environment.
“Our role in this project will not only be the implementation and consultancy activities for certain modules, but also include tailoring HR, Payroll, Conferences and Ceremonies Management, and Free Trade Zone Management systems for the specific business nature of the League,” Ayman Samir Abdel-Aal, Cairo 2000 Computer Consultants president, said. — (menareport.com)
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