OMA Emirates unveils managed services for Banks

Solutions provider targets banking and financial services sector

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OMA Emirates unveils managed services for Banks Sangal says OMA Managed Services will cover leasing of Terminal and POS services, POS network services, ATMs, remote IT infrastructure and payment solutions.
By  Manda Banda Published  May 11, 2015

OMA Emirates, a solution provider of technology for the payment industry has announced the company's launch of end-to-end OMA Managed Services for banks.

The new addition to the company's portfolio provides banks with onsite teams to manage terminal and POS services, POS network services, ATMs, remote it infrastructure and payment solutions.

According to the solution provider, the new OMA Managed Solutions have no ownership costs for banks and financial institutions, and provides 24 x 7 skilled onsite or offsite manpower.

"We have been specialists in the payments industry and the move into providing managed services for banks is a natural progression, which will capitalise on our existing infrastructure, business know-how and hands-on experience. The business opportunity is strengthened with our world class vendor partners that include Ingenico, CIM and Safenet, Thales who enable us to provide sophisticated solutions, and Cards & Payments Middle East is the perfect platform for us to launch this service," said, Niranj Sangal, Group CEO, OMA Emirates, Solution Gulf.

The company said there is an increased demand by banks and financial institutions to adopt managed services either partially or fully.

"Broadly grouped, OMA Managed Services will cover leasing of Terminal and POS services, POS network services, ATMs, remote IT infrastructure and payment solutions. Our skilled and professional project management teams are capable of providing adequate and timely guidance with clear focus on meeting project deadlines and ensuring that each project is within budget and in line with the bank's business objectives," Sangal added.

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