Oman Arab Bank, a leading bank in the Sultanate, has selected NCR Aptra Activate software to deliver next generation omni-channel banking experience to its customers.
The software from the leader in consumer transaction technologi
Abu Dhabi Ports has launched its brand new customer service centre at Zayed Port, further enhancing the organisation’s comprehensive service offerings while addressing the various needs of a continuously growing customer base.
Dubai-based telecommunication provider du has launched its ‘1 Fils Per Second’ service.’
The service will allow du home customers to make international call to up to 175 destinations around the world for as littl
Zain Bahrain said its mobile broadband customers grew by 23 per cent during the first quarter of this year.
The total customer numbers grew one per cent to 785,000 as of March 31, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN),
A reduction in ATM transaction fees that banks have to pay the Benefit Company has resulted in 50 per cent discount for end users, it has emerged.
According to the company's chief executive Abdulwahid Janahi, key initiatives t
Qatar-based Ooredoo, a leading telecom group, has announced that its customer base has exceeded 100 million people across its footprint in the Mena region and Southeast Asia.
Ooredoo achieved this milestone in the fourth quarter o
More than 80 per cent of customers are satisfied with their telecommunications services in Bahrain, according to the latest Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) survey.
The results also indicated an increased number of peo
Britain's Co-operative Bank said it lost around 38,000 customers in the first half of 2014, following its near collapse last year and a drugs scandal involving former chairman Paul Flowers.
Chief executive Niall Booker said he
Batelco, a leading telecom operator in Bahrain, recently hosted a Ramadan Ghabga banquet at the Sheraton Hotel for more than 250 of its business customers.
The event, which was organised by the telco’s Enterprise and Governm
Wal-Mart Stores is considering a radical plan to have store customers deliver packages to online buyers, a new twist on speedier delivery services that the company hopes will enable it to better compete with Amazon.com.