Financial Services/ Banking

National Bank of Egypt (NBE)

NBE is the oldest and largest commercial bank in Egypt. It was established in 1898 with a capital of £1 million. Throughout its long history, NBE's functions and roles have continually developed to square with the different economic and political phases in Egypt.

Solution/Services Delivered:

  • Mega Middleware Implementation (ESB): The ESB serves and connects 13 major internal NBE systems including core banking application (Mainframe and FCUBS), CRM, taxation, and payroll to check-clearing and remittance hub functions.

Banque Misr

Banque Misr was established in 1920 by the pioneer economist Mohamed Talaat Harb Pasha. Banque Misr’s role is evident in all economic fields due to its geographic outreach. The bank’s 12,500 employees serve a large client base of more than seven million clients in Egypt and a total paid-up capital amounting to EGP 15 billion. The bank currently owns and operates more than 500 electronically connected local branches, including 5 branches in the United Arab Emirates, one in France, in addition to regional and global existence in Lebanon, Germany, and worldwide network of correspondents.

Solution/Services Delivered:

  • Process Automation using System Center Orchestrator 2012.

EFG Hermes

With a current footprint spanning seven countries in the Middle East and North Africa, EFG Hermes started in Egypt and has grown over 30 years of success to become the region’s leading investment bank. It has a team of 865 talented employees and provides a wide spectrum of financial services that include investment banking, asset management, securities brokerage, research, and private equity to the entire region. Furthermore, EFG Hermes owns a 63.7% majority stake in the Lebanese commercial bank, Credit Libanais.

Solution/Services Delivered:

  • Intranet Migration from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2013: Migration of EFG Intranet Portal from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2013. The portal is responsible for all employee’s information and hosts most of EFG applications needed to manage their customers and financial transactions. The project's objective was to migrate to newer versions without losing functionality and without interrupting the business.
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