Sudanese entity seals software deal with Indian firm

Khartoum- Sudan (PANA) -- The Khartoum-based Electronic Banking Services Company (EBSC), which coordinates banking correspondence nation-wide, Tuesday sealed a "partnership" deal with the Indian Pentasoft Engineering outfit.
Pentasoft gives the Sudanese side the right to use the Indian firm's software systems.
"The deal will enable us improve our client service by using the state-of-the-art electronic banking technology," said Izzeddin Kamil, EBSC director following the signing ceremony.
"This is going to be a true shift in the use of financial and banking information technology in Sudan," said Sabir Mohammed Hassan, the governor of the Bank of Sudan.
Pentasoft executive president D.
Katan said his company was determined to make the project a success.
He said his firm was preparing to provide "superb" services through a number of big software projects it intends to launch in Sudan.
Katan said the company's software projects would also cater for the provision of educational and training programmes for software operators in Sudan.
Pentasoft is based in the Indian City of Shinai (formerly known as Madras).

19 june 2001 17:08:00

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