Fleming Gulf plans Banking Technology Forum
Dubai, January 3, 2008
Fleming Gulf, a part of the Jacob Fleming Group, has announced its Banking Technology Forum for the year 2008.
“There has been an exponential increase in the advancement of technology in the past 30 years and it will only continue to do so. And therefore, there is a need to implement and maintain technology. With implementation of new methods and processes in technology, there is a need to keep pace with the rapidly changing business environment,” said Jumana Mashraqui, Senior Conference Producer with Fleming Gulf and responsible for this event.
“As the market is growing extremely saturated, optimizing technology is crucial. This exclusive conference targeted at CIO's/ CTO's and management teams of the Middle East Banking & Financial Services Industry to address the issues that are challenging the banking industry, now and in the future - new technologies, new processes, new client expectations, new and unexpected alliances and ever-growing pressures for greater efficiency and security,” he added.
“Our inaugural “Information Technology in Banking and Finance Forum” held in June 2007 in Dubai had an overwhelming response with due contribution from some enriched leading industry representation from Al Rajhi Bank, UBL, Gulf Investment Corporation, Banque Saudi Fransi, Doha Bank and more along with support of our premium sponsors Identita Technologies, Sybase, Aruba Networks, Oxygen Middle East, SAB and Secure Computing. The event was well attended by over 80 regional and international delegates. Key highlights of the conference were presentations on IT Governance, Core Banking Systems, IT Asset Management and IT Security,” he said.
The 'Banking Technology Forum 2008' promises to be even bigger and spectacular with a highly focused program that will be crafted with the help of our distinguished advisory panel comprising of the technology experts from the leading banks and consultants in the region and outside, the company said in a statement.
This event will provide a platform for discussions with the leading players and get their insights and feedback on the latest technologies available in their respective fields, it added. - TradeArabia News Service
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