After opening its office at The Gate in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) in April 2008, SmartStream Technologies has announced that it has several clients in the region, including Finance House (Abu Dhabi), National Bank of Kuwait, Bank Muscat and Commercial of Bank Kuwait. More than 25 organisations in the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) banking industry now use the company’s TLM solutions to deliver visibility and control to their operations.
To further expand its operations, SmartStream has also appointed two new distribution partners, AMFCO International and Bahwan CyberTek, which will work with the Dubai office. AMFCO will allow SmartStream to expand its footprint within the regional markets and offer full sales, services and support for reconciliations solutions. Bahwan CyberTek will support SmartStream by focusing on the company’s reconciliations and trade finance solutions.
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