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Electronic banking to the fore

A client conference was recently held in the UAE by Standard Chartered to discuss the latest innovations in the field of electronic financial solutions and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).

Its aim was to raise awareness about the benefits of electronic integration to ensure smooth business operation, reduction of costs and access to round-the-clock financial solutions. The event was attended by 60 senior representatives of clients and partners of the bank from various industries, including retail, logistics, oil and gas, information technology and trade.

Farooq Siddiqi, regional head of transaction banking, Standard Chartered MENA, said, “We have been working closely with our clients to provide them with integrated solutions that facilitate their interactions with the bank, reduce their costs and allow them to focus on managing their core business. We are making efforts to deepen our client relationships and to raise awareness about best international practices in leveraging technology for business efficiency.”

Sarat Mohanty, regional head of solution delivery, Standard Chartered MENA, told the conference, “Our aim is further integration of our financial services with the businesses we partner. In line with the increasing operational requirements of our global and local clients, we have developed Straight2Bank Access, an ERP for bank automation that provides our clients with round-the-clock access to innovative financial solutions. It can be customised to meet the diverse requirements of our clients from various industries.”

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