Cybernet to become commerce service provider
KARACHI, September 26 2005: Cybernet is the first Internet Service Provider (ISP) to become a Commerce Service Provider (CSP) with the permission of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), said a statement. The ISP is in the service for eight years with experience of installing VSAT, Radio, Frame Relay and Auto Teller Machine (ATM) network in the country.
Cybernet Chief Operating Officer (COO) Ansarul Haq stated this at a seminar here recently.
He said, all departments and functions across the Cybernet could be integrated onto a single platform using mySAP business suite, which also integrate financial, customer order, human resource information, inventory channelling and distribution.
The SAP provides functionality, strong platform and seamless integration with other applications, scalability, strong R&D, ROI and cost model. The SAP, first telecom implementation in the country, is fast to implement and taken less than 12 weeks to go live, the statement added.
The implementation of SAP created a sense of urgency, as it was well-controlled change management to avert excessive customisation with focus on localisation.
Cyber Rapid Integrated Software Solutions (CRISS) also provides turnkey & real-time online solutions, including application development and software re-engineering.
CRISS is focused on implementing “Out-of-the-box” solutions such as SAP. It currently has a pool of high-profile consultants that has several years of domestic and international experience in SAP.
It also holds a group of consultants who are trained on SAP CRM, he added. Ansarul Haq said it was incorporated in 1996 and started operations in 1997 with conventional dialup services.
Source: Business Recorder