OMA Emirates opens subsidiary in Nepal
Sharjah, March 25, 2013
UAE-based OMA Emirates-Solution Gulf, a provider of technology solutions for the payment industry, recently opened a subsidiary office, OMA Nepal.
Inaugurated by the Ambassador of UAE to India and the Non Resident Ambassador of UAE to Nepal, Mohamed Sultan Abdallah Al-Owais, the office will focus serving the financial and banking sector.
A dedicated team of local sales, after sales and support staff has been put into place to provide the company’s entire range of products and services for payment solutions. Simultaneously, a dedicated R&D centre will provide end-to-end B2C services.
The expansion is directly co-related to the growing demand for OMA Emirates’ advanced technological solutions in East Asia and the surrounding markets. The company is now capable of providing turnkey projects to banking and financial institutions in developing new or upgrading technologies for Point of Sale, Switch requirements and will have a special emphasis on Islamic banking implementations.
“Responding to the changing needs of the East Asian market, the opening of OMA Nepal allows us to focus on the local needs and provide us a strong platform to be at the forefront of the industry changes within the region,” said Niranj Sangal, Group CEO, OMA Emirates – Solution Gulf.
“Our skilled teams are capable of providing current world-class solutions and enable us to develop additional strategic partnerships with the banking and financial sector in East Asia. Simultaneously the dedicated R&D centre based in Nepal, is spearheaded by the best in the business to provide top notch banking solutions.”
Parasar Prasai, managing director of OMA Nepal, said: “The new office helps us in giving a great push in the region and we hope to be able to work with some of the leading companies by providing our payment card industry products and services.”
Over the last few years OMA Emirates has opened offices in Oman, Qatar, India and Bangladesh. – TradeArabia News Service
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