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Following its announcement to invest AED 500 million in digital transformation over the next three years, Emirates NBD has recently launched the UAE’s first millennial-focused digital banking application, Liv.. Ali Sajwani, the bank’s Group CIO, explains what makes Liv. stand out from the crowd.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi CIO Gareth Sherlock discusses how he introduced a series of smart workflows that have improved the quality of care and all but eliminated risks in certain vital procedures.
With over 20,000 employees on its books and an increasingly international sales team to support, CIO Marco van de Sandt has built the foundations of technological change at alfanar, which is now reaping the benefits.
Determined to empower physicians and nurses with real-time information, as well as enhancing the patient experience, Medcare’s general manager for IT Naushad Mohammed opted for a fresh converged network solution.
Speaking at the recent launch of Amazon Web Services’ presence in the Middle East and North Africa, Fahad Al Gergawi, CEO, Dubai FDI, discussed the criticality of technology in developing the emirate’s business environment.
Compelled to propel the bank into the digital age and make it a technology beacon for the northern emirates, Ajman Bank sought wholesale changes in its data centre to enable the young organisation to deliver on its long-term goals.
For Dubai’s savviest shoppers, diners and fun-lovers, The Entertainer is a faithful companion. Since adding a mobile app to accompany its voucher booklet in 2014, the company that offers consumers thousands of two-for-one deals has seen its digital presence soar. CIO David Ashford has spearheaded the technological transformation that now defines the company.
Driven to develop its diversified business, transport and logistics provider Al Sahraa Group has developed in-house software to provide better accountability of its processes, which has enabled the firm to build a duo of sleek customer-facing apps.