BBK wins e-banking excellence award
Manama, June 20, 2011
Bahrain-based BBK said it has won the e-Banking Excellence Award from the Middle East Excellence Awards Institute (MEEAI) for its innovative and comprehensive web-based solutions catering to both retail and business customers.
The MEEAI was established as a platform to recognise and honour the outstanding achievements of leaders and organisations who have contributed to the remarkable growth and development of the regional and global economy.
The institute conducts field research and studies in government and private institutions to identify the best social, technological, economical, media, financial and leadership feats based upon the modern knowledge economy and leadership culture to recognise their significant role played in the region.
The award was presented to BBK transactional banking division general manager Rashad Akbari at '16th Middle East e-Government and e-Services Excellence Awards 2011' ceremony held at the Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai.
"After clinching the Bahrain e-Government e-Content award 2011 for the fourth consecutive year in Bahrain, we are proud of winning the e-Banking Excellence Award for the Middle East," said an eleated Akbari.
"BBK is always keen on achieving the highest levels of quality and to provide the best banking solutions that meet the customers' needs," he noted.
"We have recently developed and enhanced the bank's website and launched our latest corporate cash management platform BBKCashlink which qualified the bank to win such prestigious awards," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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