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Intelligroup bags major Saudi agency contract news
N Venugopal
04 July 2002

Hyderabad: Intelligroup Asia Pvt Ltd, a Hyderabad-based leading provider of application implementation and offshore software development and support services, has gged a major contract from National Agricultural Development Company (NADEC), a Saudi-based agricultural and dairy company promoted by the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with consolidated assets of over SR1 billion.

Intelligroup won the order in partnership with Zamil Birla Technical Services, its strategic country partner.

Under this contract, Intelligroup will implement Oracle E-Business Suite 11i, to create workflow efficiencies and enhance service to NADECs customers. The implementation process consists of three phases: Phase-I covers financials and HR; phase-II takes care of Oracle Process Manufacturing, Oracle Enterprise Asset Management and Advanced Planning and Scheduling; and phase-III addresses Data Warehousing and Support. The project is expected to span one year.

"We selected Intelligroup following an extremely intensive and stringent evaluation of leading companies providing focused IT solutions for agri and dairy verticals. Intelligroup impressed us by their expertise and deep understanding of our businesses. Their OPM & APS integration capabilities, local partner strengths, superior quality processes, and the impressive commitment of their team and level of knowledge makes us believe we have gained a valuable solutions partner," says NADEC president and general manager Abdul Aziz Saleh Al-Rebdi.

Says Intelligroup chief operating officer M D S Bosco: "The Oracle E-Business Suite 11i is a platform that allows customers to leverage their technology investment. We are confident that with our deep domain expertise in the dairy and agri verticals, global implementation experience, and understanding of NADEC's business and IT challenges, we can provide them with the best value."


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Intelligroup bags major Saudi agency contract