Dubai – MENA Herald: ELM, a leading provider of innovative electronic solutions and government support services, has launched four innovative e-services during the 35th edition of GITEX Technology Week, the largest information and communication technology (ICT) event in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. The exhibition held until October 22, 2015 at the Dubai World Trade Center, under the theme ‘The Internet Future of Everything’.
The new services address the public and private sectors’ needs for advanced electronic solutions that save time and effort in completing official procedures while adhering to the highest standards of quality, accuracy, reliability and transparency. Among ELM services launched at GITEX 2015 is ‘Tasreeh’ which is of particular importance as an integrated e-service designed to meet the requirements of eligibility management. It enables customers of government agencies and private companies to issue entry permits as per regulations and policies through an advanced web portal.
‘Data Management’ Service, on the other hand, primarily focuses on ensuring high quality data in line with the digital transformation. It converts paper data into digital data and generates periodic reports that help in building the strategy more accurately and rapidly, and analyzes performance measurements.
As for ‘Human Resources,’ the Cloud integrated modern techniques service that was created by ELM, it allows for better management of human resource-focused aspect of operation like salaries. Meanwhile, ‘Muqeem’ service was developed for the management of residents and the Wage protection system which required by ministry of labors, which can be accessed via a single gateway from any point online. The service clearly shows the exact costs of development & maintenance avoiding any extra hidden costs to provide the customer with the highest accuracy in terms of budget management and data protection of security concerns and technical issues.
Majid Alarifi, Marketing Manager at ELM, noted that the reveal of the upgraded version of “Estihkak” service offers additional benefits, such as access to basic data, management and modification of the terms of maturity, and connection with multiple sources. It has a robust technical infrastructure for data processing, efficiently facilitates the application process, and possesses flexible engine simulation maturities. The KSA’s several social services platforms are successfully using Estihkak.
‘Estihkak’ has been providing more than 3 million electronic transactions per month, through connections of 40 multiple sources of the data-developing a flexible engine for simulations of maturity, which facilitated procedures and the provision of services in accordance with an electronic innovative infrastructure technology for data processing. The upgraded version of ‘Estihkak’ provides many features such as technical support and system customers’ management and objections in addition to the follow-up performance reports.
“The new services revealed during the GITEX 2015 are in response to the growing demand and huge potential of integrated e-solutions within the Saudi market, particularly in terms of IT services which have generated sales of 6.1 billion SR over the current year. Our previous successes have driven us to continue innovating and developing highly advanced e-services.” said Majid Alarifi.
Majid Alarifi, extended the invitation for those interested in the technology to visit ELM pavilion. He added that ELM’s presence at the 35th edition of Gitex 2015 complements the success of last year’s participation, which enjoyed remarkable interest from pioneers, decision-makers, senior government officials and private sector companies.