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SAMIR GROUP: Samir Group Delivers Enterprise-Resource-Planning Query Results 37.5% Faster
 

Company:
 Samir Group

Sector:
 Machinery
Tag:
 ERP
 Process Optimization
 


Samir Group was established in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in 1953 by Hamed Mahmoud Al-Hindi as Studio Samir. In 1984 it was converted into a private, limited company under the commercial name of Samir Photographic Supplies. Today it is one of the oldest companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Samir Group supplies and markets a wide range of advanced technology products, including medical and health imaging solutions, clinical laboratory systems, digital radiology machines, picture archiving and communication systems, dental and hospital products, high-volume printers/duplicators, large-format scanners/plotters, electronic imaging systems, audio/visual (AV) educational products, conference-room projectors, A/V control rooms, 3-D visualization products, small home appliances, consumer internet technology, and other electronic products.

Challenges
- Ensure operational data for the company’s medical, industrial, and home appliances, including text documents, photographic images, and multimedia files are maintained in a continually upgraded database for maximum security with access to the latest features, including shared-cache architecture, data protection, and business continuity to access data quickly and efficiently
- Eliminate the possibility of costly database downtime through high-availability clustering
- Deploy a powerful, modular enterprise-resource-planning platform capable of operating across the business, 24/7, without incurring any daily downtime
- Improve accounting processes, budget control, transaction visibility and financial reporting to speed up day-to-day business processes
- Streamline routine human resources (HR) processes, such as retrieving personnel files, updating salary and training statuses, and replacing equipment screens with easy-to-read dashboards to improve efficiency and decrease time spent on such tasks
- Reduce the time needed to assess and update the status of the business’s sizeable, high-value inventory of technology products, while increasing inventory accuracy and reducing stock wastage
- Use technology to learn more about the customer base for future planning and sales





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