The Persian Gulf Banking Technology 2017 Report is a comprehensive complication of over 30 Persian Gulf based bank’s technological architecture and infrastructure. The report outlines banks main systems in enterprise technologies, core banking, channels, data & analytics, payments, security & risk and treasury management software.
The report provides specific data on each of the bank’s spending on technologies, there key focus within technology, and it provides key contacts and names of stakeholders who are involved in purchasing and acquiring new software, hardware and technology.
• Access to detailed profiles of more than 30 banks’ technological architecture, including their core banking systems, data analytics software, risk management capabilities, treasury systems, and payment infrastructure.
• A glimpse into the plans and focus of Persian Gulf based bank’s spending patterns and future technological projects. Also includes the opinions of the CIOs, heads of core banking and other important IT departments.
• The data and information derives from personal interviews and surveys with the banks presented in this report.
Key technology vendors mentioned in the report are the following:
Banks that are included in the report:
Who should invest in this report?
The Persian Gulf Banking Technology 2017 Report is designed for the following decision makers:
1. Leading IT vendors and service providers who are selling to the financial
2. Forefront management consultants who need to understand the details of Persian Gulf bank’s technology architecture and spending habits.
3. Regulators who increasingly need independent assessments of bank technology trends for their own monitoring and scenario planning purposes.
4. Researchers and analysts who need insights into Persian Gulf based bank’s technology infrastructure and opinions of leadership within the bank’ IT departments.
Why purchase this report yearly?
*This report will gain deeper insights as we constantly update this report every
a. Deeper insights into the IT departments spending habits
b. More views from leaders within the bank’s IT departments
c. More contact information of the IT decision makers
d. Analysis on bank’s views towards their vendors and their ranking of
satisfaction for each one.
A revised edition of this report comes out every year.