Middle East Pakistan Case Studies in Pakistan
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Pakistan - 
With a very catchy slogan, “Bank on Ambition” Faysal Bank is one of Pakistan’s leading financial institutions and provides Corporate, Commercial, Retail and Islamic banking services. The bank needed to build a cost-effective, but highly scalable and feature-rich cloud infrastructure for supporting their banking products and services in the market. Choosing Windows Server 2012 as their virtualization platform has helped the bank realize its goals.
Government Improves Productivity and Reduces Overheads with Virtualized Solution
Friday, March 02, 2012
Pakistan - 
The technology arm of the government of the Punjab-Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB)-needed to replace its decentralized communications technology with a more secure, reliable solution. It worked with Microsoft Gold Partner Inbox Business Technologies, to deploy a solution based on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Since deploying the solution, employee productivity has improved and operating costs have been reduced.
Oil Company Cuts Installation Time to 45 Minutes with Automated Deployment
Friday, September 16, 2011
Pakistan - 
Hydrocarbons exploration and production company Pakistan Petroleum Limited needed to reduce costs and improve internal service with proactive monitoring of business-critical systems. The firm invested in the Microsoft System Center suite of infrastructure management products and formed a strategic alliance with Microsoft. With the Zero Touch Installation feature, client operating system deployment is now automatic, and implementation time is cut from two hours to 45 minutes.
Mobile Phone Operator Expands Mailbox to 10 Gigabytes with System Upgrade
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Pakistan - 
Ufone, a leading mobile phone service provider in Pakistan, wanted to offer greater mailbox capacity to employees and improved security and compliance, while also reducing costs. It upgraded its messaging system to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, and is deploying Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010 to provide a more reliable environment. Users now have mailboxes of 10 gigabytes compared to 2 gigabytes before-and there is much less risk of downtime.
Fast Food Firm Deploys Enterprise Resource System for Supply Chain Management
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Pakistan - 
Fast food chain and domestic appliances manufacturer Muammad Din Sons Limited wanted a business management solution for its expanding interests in Pakistan. Having considered systems from Oracle and SAP, the company standardised on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009. Stock levels are managed more effectively, and accuracy in specifying materials requirements at the factory has improved by 400 per cent. Managers now also get performance reports in real time.
Commission Increases Performance by 40 Per Cent with Cutting-Edge Technology
Tuesday, June 08, 2010
Pakistan - 
The Higher Education Commission (HEC) in Pakistan often recommends IT solutions to universities. Before doing so, it tests them on its own organisation. When HEC needed to update its IT infrastructure, it implemented the Windows Server 2008 R2 operating system with Windows 7, Microsoft Office Professional 2007, and Microsoft Unified Communications solutions for an intuitive and easy-to-use system. The result was so well received that the organisation is now encouraging universities to deploy some of these technologies.
Bank Improves Service Level by 80 percent with Systems Management Solution
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Pakistan - 
Faysal Bank is one of the fastest growing banks in Pakistan. It wanted to update its fragmented infrastructure, and make it easier to establish uniform settings across all computers. By deploying Active Directory, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, and Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2, the infrastructure is more reliable, the IT team more efficient, and Group Policy can be implemented across all clients in minutes.
Pakistan-Based Bank Uses Middleware to Cut Project Development Time by 40 Percent
Monday, April 19, 2010
Pakistan - 
Pakistan’s second-largest private commercial bank, United Bank Limited (UBL), had multiple systems that relied on hard-coded integration with other systems. This made it difficult to improve its products and delivery channels. The bank needed an enterprise service bus to increase its responsiveness. After implementing Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006, it was able to introduce new applications quickly and reduce its development time by up to 40 percent.
Mobile Phone Operator Expands Mailbox to 10 Gigabytes with System Upgrade
Monday, April 19, 2010
Pakistan - 
Ufone, a leading mobile phone service provider in Pakistan, wanted to offer greater mailbox capacity to employees and improved security and compliance, while also reducing costs. It upgraded its messaging system to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, and is deploying Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010 to provide a more reliable environment. Users now have mailboxes of 10 gigabytes compared to 2 gigabytes before-and there is much less risk of downtime.
Mobile Phone Operator Expands Mailbox to 10 Gigabytes with System Upgrade
Monday, April 19, 2010
Pakistan - 
Ufone, a leading mobile phone service provider in Pakistan, wanted to offer greater mailbox capacity to employees and improved security and compliance, while also reducing costs. It upgraded its messaging system to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, and is deploying Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010 to provide a more reliable environment. Users now have mailboxes of 10 gigabytes compared to 2 gigabytes before-and there is much less risk of downtime.
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