System Access announces MEA reorganisation

System Access, the financial software provider, has announced a major reorganisation to boost its presence in the Middle East and Africa. The re-structuring comes ahead of the July launch of its netSYMBOLS version 8.

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By  Neil Denslow Published  June 5, 2002

System Access, the financial software provider, has announced a major reorganisation to boost its presence in the Middle East and Africa. The re-structuring comes ahead of the July launch of its netSYMBOLS version 8.

The company has expanded its Dubai office, which will now become the centre of its Middle East and Africa operations.

“We have a strong and growing client list in the region and this demands that we focus on it and the highest level in our company,” explains Olivier Trancart, CEO of Systems Access.

Commenting on the planned launch of netSYMBOLS version 8, Phil Blower, managing director, System Access, Middle East & Africa, said that “the solution is driven to take customer-centric banking in the Middle East to a new level. With netSYMBOLS version 8, financial institutions can truly benefit from a fully-integrated, customer-centric solution — which means 24x7 accessibility for customers and huge cross-selling opportunities for the region’s highly competitive banks.”

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