Saudi Electric Company (Sec)Presentation Transcript
S audi E lectric C ompany ( SEC ) By Ahmed F. Buholaigah (225030)
I. About SEC. A. Introduction. B. Organizational Chart.
II. Assigned Tasks & Activities.
III. Disbursement Account Reports. A. Show Report. B. Problems. C. Solutions.
IV. Disbursement Information System. A. Description of the new system. B. DFD. C. ERD.
V. Live Demo.
The formation of SEC came as a result of the Council of Ministers’ Resolution Number 169 Dated November 29, 1998.
Main Purpose is to generate, transmit and distribute electric energy in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, either by itself or through wholly or partially owned subsidiaries.
Cash Management and Investment Division (CMID) is under the Treasury Sector. Mainly
it supports the company with required money to cover expanses.
Enlarge the amount of money by investing.
Shareholding Number of Shares Percentage Saudi Government 567,830,823 74.15% Private Sector 145,179,580 18.96% Saudi Aramco 52,745,015 6.89% Total 765,755,418 100%
Tasks and Activities
Activity 1: Pool Account Monitoring System (PAMS).
Activity 2: Working with SAP.
Activity 3: Working Management.
Activity 4: Disbursement Information System.
Problems of the Old System
Uses MS Excel to enter data.
No sorting methodology.
No archiving system.
Reports are the page just filled.
Manual calculations are made.
The solution for this case is using Database Software so that they can control all money and the transferring. In addition, they can get summary reports using that system. Since they do not want an expensive software because they will get SAP System very soon, I proposed to them MS Access as a solution to Database Software.
Description of the new system SEC Collections Transfer whenever needed SEC Payments EOA HQ COA WOA SOA POOL Disbursement Contractors Payroll Material/Vendor GCC Others