Mackeen Qatar to launch ATM solutions
Doha, July 17, 2013
Qatar-based Mackeen Technology is set to launch specialised solutions for automated teller machines (ATMs) for the rapidly expanding banking sector.
The solutions offer full ATM monitoring 24/7, including incident management, on-call and proactive maintenance, system supplies and control centre functions, said a statement.
A team of Mackeen experts will maintain all the technical aspects of ATMs and surrounding elements such as lighting and cooling.
The company also offers innovative tailor-made archiving solutions for activities such as document and enterprise work flow management, besides gap analysis, project management and specification handling of system software and hardware.
The net profit of Qatari banks rose 7.5 per cent to $4.4 billion in 2012 and is expected to maintain momentum through 2014. The total assets of the country’s banking sector stood at $225 billion, ranking third in the GCC, said the statement.
Banks are currently evaluating the quality of ancillary segments such as ATMs, regarded as indispensable to modern-day banking, to differentiate themselves from the increasingly competitive markets, it said.
Mackeen began complete enterprise technology and system integration solutions in 2010. Its core services include security and integration, documents archiving, ATM monitoring and management, IP telephony and contact centre services, and channel development and outsourcing. - TradeArabia News Service
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