Almoayed Group has successfully implemented a radio frequency-based file tracking management solution at the Survey and Land Registration Bureau (SLRB) in Bahrain.
This deployment endorses SLRB's commitment to enhance its back-office processes and makes it the first Middle East government entity to implement Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID)-based File-Tracking Management System (FTMS) for its Land Registration and Follow-Up Directorate in Manama. The system tracks introduction file movement and gives an accurate and exact status of each file and its location.
The solution also gives a full history of file movement and completion of each workflow processes to SLRB management.
"Almoayed Group is very proud to be associated with such a pioneering project for the region," said executive director Dr Nawaf Almoayed.
"This particular RFID technology deployed at SLRB uses the latest in data capture technology with non-contact, non-line-of-sight information capture."
"This is a unique multi-user, multi-purpose real time application that uses a combination of technologies like Motorola RFID devices, Microsoft's BizTalk Enterprise Suite, and Track-IT's RFID FTMS Software," said SLRB general director resources and information Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa bin Abdulla Al Khalifa.
"I congratulate Almoayed Group's professional expertise for providing the right platform at SLRB and implementing a technology that makes the Survey and Land Registration Bureau the very first in the GCC and Middle East to adapt such a pro-active solution".
The RFID FTMS results in an efficient workflow process execution allowing the management to know the exact status of every introduction file, where it is, and at what stage of work process completion it has reached along with various other key performance indicators.
Almoayed Group has successfully upgraded IBM Blade Center at Gulf One Investment Bank Bahrain.
Gulf One Investment Bank is a leading infrastructure investment bank within the GCC, with investments and financial services focused on infrastructure and mega-projects. The bank has retained Almoayed group as its preferred IT system integrator for their plan to implement SAP in Bahrain.
In the current proposal by Almoayed Group, the existing IBM Blade Center will be upgraded with additional Blade server and an upgrade on storage capacity will also be done in the existing IBM SAN. The solution is based on a fully redundant Core Application Server with High Availability using the Windows Enterprise server capability. In addition, the Windows operating system from IBM will be fine-tuned to run on IBM Servers.
With AG’s excellent technical competency, the proposed solution will enable Gulf One to implement SAP, smoothly in their Banking environment