Tejari, the Middle East on-line marketplace and a key participant in the conference, will be among the top companies sharing its experience in integrating high-end e-business solutions into its e-marketplace to boost its on-line procurement services to its clients. The experience of how Dubai Ports Authority (DPA) leveraged the strengths of MRO Software solutions for integration with the Tejari marketplace will be highlighted as one of the successful applications in the region. The conference is being organised by MRO Software, which provides e-business solutions for asset management and has over 10,000 users for its Maximo solution in the Middle East.
Shaikha Lubna Al Qasimi, CEO of Tejari, will be in the conference's speakers panel, said that Tejari's experience in powering the region's leading companies and public corporations to migrate their procurement processes to on-line platforms is illustrated by the results achieved by DPA using the MRO Software solution.
She said the combination of the analytical tools provided by Tejari and MRO Software's solution have not only speeded up the procurement process but also opened the doors for more suppliers and enabled DPA to get more attractive deals on supplies.
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