Elm, a leading digital solutions pioneer, has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the National Center for Archives and Records (NCAR), at Elm’s headquarter in Riyadh.
The MoU was signed by Dr. Nasser bin Zaid Al-Meshari, Vice President of Business Sectors Division at Elm, and by Dr. Faisal bin Abdul-Aziz Al-Tamimi, General Manager at NCAR.
The MoU aims to achieve future cooperation between Elm and NCAR, to ensure the realization of common goals and objectives in the development of digitization and AI in the field of documentations, and the achievement of both companies’ interests and the general interests of the target entities.
Dr. Faisal bin Abdul-Aziz Al-Tamimi stated that both bodies are working closely as partners in developing the internal archiving system of the center, preserving the archives wealth, and building a strategy that facilitates the center’s work with regard to paper and digital documents, all through automation and automated linkage, which will contribute to providing a developed and integrated data-driven platform.
For his part, the VP of Marketing at Elm, Majid bin Saad Al-Arifi, expressed his happiness for the signing of the memorandum, according to which Elm will present its long-standing experience and innovative digital solutions to enhance the center’s workflow, support the management of its infrastructure, and provide high-efficiency technical solutions. He also referred to the company's aspiration, through this partnership, to continue providing services to government and semi-government bodies in accordance with the best practices and the highest standards, and in line with the progress of our country at all levels.
Elm is strengthening its partnerships in various sectors, through its innovative digital solutions. Also, one of Elm's persistent interests is to develop solutions compatible with all customers' needs, with the aim of providing a distinctive and integrated experience.
The NCAR is setting the executive regulations for documents and archives, implementing them after their approval, and developing a unified classification guide for them and a comprehensive coding guide for country’s agencies. In addition, collecting documents and archives, regulating their circulation in accordance with the system and its implementing regulations, and collecting regulations, instructions, agreements and treaties in accordance with NCAR regulations. Also, coordinating and integrating with the agencies concerned with documents and archives in KSA, and exchanging experiences and information with them.