Etisalat to aid Ajman Bank on ICT

Telco to provide telecoms infrastructure, smart solutions and planning to bank
Etisalat and Ajman Bank have signed a deal to help develop the bank's IT infrastructure.
Etisalat and Ajman Bank have signed a deal to help develop the bank's IT infrastructure.

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Etisalat has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Ajman Bank, to provision ICT services and help the bank with future IT usage.

The operator will help the bank to plan its telecommunications infrastructure, as well as providing smart solutions.

Etisalat will also conduct a detailed study on the bank's business requirements, to identify where it can deploy new technology solutions to improve its banking services.

The agreement was signed byAbdulaziz Taryam, general manager, Northern Emirates for Etisalat and Mohamed Amiri, acting chief executive officer, for Ajman Bank.

"This signing of this agreement with Ajman Bank reflects our preparedness to implement strategic projects that enable banks and other financial services in the UAE to use state-of-the-art telecommunications and IT solutions for their operations. We are confident that our partnership with Ajman Bank will enable them to significantly enhance the quality of their infrastructure and technology-based services in UAE," said Taryam.

Amiri added: "Ajman Bank is keen to develop an integrated infrastructure that will enable us to provide our customers with the best services. We believe Etisalat, with its vast experience and depth of local knowledge, will be our ideal partner to create such an infrastructure and constantly upgrade our platforms in line with the latest technological advancements."

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