Software company 7Vals made a landmark deal with Habib Bank Limited in a contract signing ceremony in Karachi.
With the help of its market-leading Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), 7Vals will help the multinational bank with the management and maintenance of its Facilities Operations across the country.
The contract was finalized at HBL Plaza, Karachi, with Nassir Saleem (Head of Global Operations at HBL), Amir Matin (Head of Technology Strategy at HBL), and Syed Ali (CEO of 7Vals) in attendance.
With offices in Lahore, Pakistan as well as in Texas, US, 7Vals has been actively working on the export of cloud-based software to the global market.
Founded in 2011, today the company has enabled efficient equipment maintenance for 20% of the Fortune 500s. But now, 7Vals is setting its sights closer to home, in Pakistan.
According to 7Vals founder Syed Ali:
7Vals has had a lot of success in the international market, and now we want to introduce our product to the Pakistani market. We’re hoping our work with HBL will encourage other Pakistani companies to confront business challenges head-on, and create success a little closer to home.
HBL will be using the 7Vals software for work order management, recurring maintenance, and asset custodianship in its Northern, Central, and Southern branches.
The computerization and process-enforcement of maintenance and safety activities will enable businesses to adhere easily to industry standards. This is a huge step forward for the maintenance and safety culture of Pakistani businesses.