Arab Banking Corporation Jordan, a subsidiary of Bahrain-based Arab Banking Corporation (ABC), has received a customer service award from Dubai-based Banker Middle East magazine.
ABC Jordan has won the award for 'Best Customer
Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air has increased its direct services to Trivandrum International Airport following a successful first year of operations.
The carrier will operate a daily service from December 5 between Bahr
Talabat.com, a leading online food delivery service provider across the GCC region, has identified Bahrain as a key growth market.
It is seeking to increase users and the number of partner restaurants with a targeted strategy for
Solidarity General Takaful (SGT), a subsidiary of Solidarity Group Holding, has officially launched its online insurance services portal.
The online insurance service, online.solidarity.bh, will enable its users to obtain with a c
Mina Group, an integrated energy services and infrastructure company that serves defense, government, and commercial customers around the world, has been named 'Best Downstream Service and Solutions Company, Middle East' in the 2014 Worl
Fawry, a leading electronic bill presentment and payment (EBPP) platform in Egypt, has rolled out its electricity bill payment service nationwide.
Egypt’s electricity providers are part of the Fawry network now, allowing cus
FedEx Express, a leading express transportation company, is set to expand its solutions for international customers who need their critical deliveries to arrive as early as the start of the next business day.
The FedEx Internation
Online retailers worldwide will be able to move their wares across borders more easily when posts can start offering a new optional parcel service as early as July next year.
The UPU’s Postal Operations Council (POC) has app
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Haj has unveiled plans to strengthen the electronic regulations to improve the services as well as streamline the arrival and departure of pilgrims with the umrah season set to begin on November 23.
Saudi Arabia is set to claim $9 billion worth of cloud-based government services, according to a recent report.
Riyadh-based Technology Control Company (TCC) and SAP said managed cloud as a service (MCaaS) will enable service prov