ICS Financial Systems Adopts the Latest Oracle Technologies for Production Use-Cases in the Banking Sector at Oracle OpenWorld 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates - November 04, 2019: ICS Financial Systems (ICSFS), the global software and services provider for banks and financial institutions, and a Gold level member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), announced the adoption of the latest Oracle technologies for production use-cases in the banking sector.
At Oracle OpenWorld 2019 in San Francisco, ICSFS delivered three main sessions and joined multiple discussions where live production use-cases were provided on many innovative and emerging technologies. ICSFS showcased its awards-winning banking software application; ICS BANKS, in utilising these technologies in real-life cases for the banking industry.
“It is our privilege to be part of the world's largest and most prominent business and technology conference, and are privileged as well to be one of the first in utilising Oracle’s latest products and services, especially Oracle Cloud services. We are dedicated to equip our customers with agile and innovative business and technology software solutions, and are always striving to indulge our solutions with the latest technologies provided.” Robert Hazboun, Managing Director, ICS Financial Systems.
ICSFS had major announcements during Oracle OpenWorld 2019 of which:
- ICSFS one of the first in the world to go-live with Oracle Blockchain Platform Enterprise Edition to revolutionize the cross-border payments.
- ICSFS to be one of the first to go-live with Oracle Database 19c and Oracle’s latest Fusion Middleware 12c in Africa and worldwide
'ICSFS has demonstrated an outstanding level of innovation in delivering Oracle Cloud solutions that solve our customers' critical business challenges,' said Jenny Tsai-Smith, Oracle vice president of product management. 'We are committed to investing in empowering our partners with the right skills and helping them deliver customized cloud-led transformation projects.”
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