Middle East UAE Case Studies in UAE
Monday, November 19, 2012
UAE - 
To ensure safe and enjoyable travel, Emirates pursers, who lead the cabin crew, use a mission-critical application running on a laptop in the galley.
Friday, November 09, 2012
UAE - 
The United Arab Emirates Ministry of Health wanted to improve the delivery of healthcare services to its 8 million citizens. Working in partnership with ITWorx and Etisalat, the ministry is developing a new website and e-services based on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. By modernizing its systems, the ministry expects to improve its immunization services, better track infectious diseases, and reduce the time spent on processing applications by 80 percent.
Friday, October 26, 2012
UAE - 
Sky News Arabia wanted to create the most technically advanced news operation in the Middle East, using a cloud-based mapping platform to highlight news coverage from all countries on its website. The recently launched Arabic language channel chose Bing Maps from Microsoft due to its flexibility, cost effectiveness, and local support. Microsoft is now a strategic partner, with further developments planned for the future.
Monday, October 01, 2012
UAE - 
Investing in Microsoft ALM means our organization can now solve issues in-house within a couple of hours and without additional help from 3rd parties. The Software Development Manager Abdulwadood Marashi
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
UAE - 
In line with the government’s vision to support a diversified and flexible knowledge-based economy, Microsoft partnered with the Ministry of Education (MOE) to enhance IT innovation within classrooms across the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The ministry deployed an integrated, out-of-the-box solution based on Microsoft SQL Server 2008 data management software, which integrates applications used by 550 schools and consolidates information in a central database for reporting.
Ministry Vision for Connected Learning Achieved with Integrated Information System
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
UAE - 
In line with the government’s vision to support a diversified and flexible knowledge-based economy, Microsoft partnered with the Ministry of Education (MOE) to enhance IT innovation within classrooms across the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Customer-Centric BI Enhances Bank's Capability for Better Business Insights and Decision Making
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
UAE - 
The ability to capture and analyse information quickly gathered from numerous customer touch points and operational systems is key for Dubai Bank. Having a business intelligence (BI) solution provides easy-to-use information that improves decision making throughout the bank. A flexible and structured information architecture that links customer and account information provides a composite customer and portfolio view. Through BI, the bank can detect patterns, relationships and trends.
Standardized Repeatable Deployment Leads to Uniform Computing Experience Worldwide
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
UAE - 
After a string of business acquisitions, global energy company TAQA was faced with different computer infrastructures across its business entities. It engaged Microsoft Consulting Services to develop a standardized, repeatable process for deploying Microsoft Windows 7 among its computer machines. With the deployment, TAQA’s end users experienced the same look and feel in all computers. This led to improved worker productivity and efficiency.
Empowering Dubai's Small to Medium Enterprises with a B2C E-commerce Solution, Enabling Them to Sell Their Products and Services Online
Monday, June 25, 2012
UAE - 
Aside from being a major business hub in the Middle East, the Dubai Economic Department (DED) also wanted Dubai to be the main e-commerce centre for the region. Tejari, with assistance from Microsoft, created a B2C e-commerce platform that would enable Dubai SME’s to market their goods and services, giving them much broader penetration into the GCC market - all for a reasonable fee and without any capital investment from their side. The project allows, Dubai SMEs to increase their sales and brand visibility while enhancing profitability at low costs.
Hotel Chain Reduces TCO, Improves Efficiency and Agility with Microsoft
Friday, May 25, 2012
UAE - 
United Arab Emirates-based TIME Hotels needed a way for its IT organization to stay agile while managing and expanding its upscale properties in Dubai, Sharjah and Luxor and delivering on its mission of “Great Hospitality from Caring People.”Operating five properties in Dubai and one in nearby Sharjah, TIME Hotels has a vision: to reinvent the standard upscale lodging experience through energetic, hands-on leadership and proactive but always respectful service. The company offers both traditional hotel rooms, luxury suites and serviced apartments for extended stays and short-term travel, business or pleasure.
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