System Access expects 50 percent regional sales growth in 2002
Banking solution provider System Access recently unveiled its plans to address the needs of the Middle East region's banking and finance community, as well as its expectations for regional sales growth in the year 2002, confirmed a press release.
“We see big demand for Systems Access solutions in the region and expect sales to grow by 50 percent in the year 2002,” said System Access Chief Executive Officer Olivier Trancart.
The company’s regional office in Dubai provides software and services to a number of regional customers, including the Arab Banking Corporation Egypt, Burgan Bank Kuwait and Bank Saudi Fransi.
System Access's flagship software product, netSYMBOLS, is composed of three integrated application clusters: multi-channel e-finance and e-CRM applications, a multi-channel e-applications framework infrastructure and a universal banking product transaction processing solution. netSYMBOLS supports universal banking businesses and addresses retail banking, wholesale banking, investment banking and treasury functions.
System Access has offices in London, New York, Singapore, Manila, Bangkok, Dubai and Bratislava. The company is privately owned with shareholders including E.M. Warburg Pincus, a US-based private equity investment firm. — (menareport.com)
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