With around 10,000 vehicles under its control, Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros. demands a 360-degree view over its operations. Seeking a single platform that could segregate the company’s lines of business, director of IT Alexious Mulemba opted for an industry-specific solution to slash waiting times for customers.
Recognising the need to reduce its reliance on paper-based processes, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Wafa Insurance opted to deploy an enterprise content management solution to streamline its operations.
The UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority sits at the centre of one of this country’s most important strategic verticals. Responsible for the navigation, safety and international services of aviation activity, the GCAA needed a centralised reporting tool and mobile app to connect airlines, pilots and engineers.
Recognising the need for less paper-based processes in its operations, Emirates National Oil Company embarked on a journey to implement a new document management system.
International Smart Card plays a crucial role in Iraq’s economy. The firm delivers salary and pension e-payment services to four million citizens across the country, and last year sought a new partner to deliver secure and reliable SIMs to connect its 6,000 points of service.
Jordan’s Ayla Aviation Academy has taken huge strides to benefit its students. The institute has pioneered video capture for its training flights, and implemented a cloud-based training management system to track cadet progress. Ammar Yousef, President and CTO, shares the impact of the technology on the cadets, instructors and the academy’s data centre.
With medicine set to be administered after barcode scans, and all clinical devices hooked to the network, Qatar’s Sidra Medical and Research Centre is going purely digital. Chief Technology Officer, Michael LeRoy, was tasked with guiding the facility into the digital age.
Habtoor City is almost live. The Business Bay complex features a trio of five-star hotels, a showstopping aqua-theatre and tennis academy. Mahmoud Kamal, Chief Information Officer, Habtoor Hotels, was tasked with delivering a fresh and powerful infrastructure that could satisfy the needs of an expected 20,000 daily visitors.
With 10,000 outpatients and 1,300 doctors passing through its doors daily, Dr Sulaiman Al Habib Hospital Medical Group has a whole host of complex and vital applications, which require high quality Internet. Realising it was falling short in terms of mobility, the Group opted for a fresh Wi-Fi solution to power its hospital information system.
Struggling to efficiently backup its 650 virtual machines, Ras Al Khaimah’s Electronic Government Authority opted for a solution that could save time and ensure the safety of mission-critical public sector data.
Perhaps one of the most important foundations for any nation’s success is its education system. Endeavouring to meet the high standards of the UAE’s capital, Abu Dhabi Education Council implemented a modern enterprise management solution to create an integrated system within its networks.
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals’ specialist courses are world-renowned. With formidable alumni including the CEOs of Saudi Aramco and Saudi Electricity Company, the University depends on the first-class delivery of education services, with mobility now at the core of that aim.
Upholding Dubai’s five-star standards is no easy task. Prasanna Rupasinghe, Director of IT, Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates, launched a seamless guest-facing application powered by contemporary IT infrastructure that could deliver first-class HDTV and hotel services.
With its internal departments siloed and lacking process alignment, Saudi Diesel Equipment Company needed unity and efficiency in its technology. Ahmed Alkooheji, Department Head, IT and PMO sought an ERP solution that could provide transparency and clarity for the firm.