The new company’s offerings include business intelligence and corporate performance management systems, integrated service and dynamic infrastructure management solutions, and workflow management systems.
These systems allow companies to monitor and assess their operations, keep them aligned with strategic goals, transit to flexible and effective workflow management, predict future developments, and make grounded decisions.
In addition, the company is breaking new ground in the mobile sector. For example, IBA launched a mobile banking system that enables users to execute financial transactions on their smartphones. IBA is also developing numerous iPad, iPhone, and other smartphone applications running on iOS and Android operating systems.
One of the recently developed mobile applications is intended for a Kuwaiti company. The project has involved implementation of a mobile solution that is closely connected with a corporate IBM FileNet workflow system and a web application. Other IBA’s customers in the mobile area are Goodyear, IBM, Standard Bank of South Africa, and numerous clients in the CIS.
The new services come along with the company’s traditional offerings, such as complex multiplatform systems, mainframe software and legacy systems migration, SAP solutions, enterprise applications, and web-based solutions.
As a respected and experienced IT service provider, IBA has become an important partner of global giants like IBM, SAP, Goodyear, Rockwell Automation, and Fujitsu Technology Solutions. The corporations partner with IBA on hundreds of projects in need of software engineering and product development services; software testing; migration assistance; and maintenance and support services.
IBM, which has worked with IBA since 1993, has named the company a Premier Business Partner and one of its best-performing suppliers. SAP appointed IBA as a Gold Partner and an industry preferred partner for railway and power industries. Goodyear, too, has made IBA an integral partner in IT planning and execution, involving it in architectural and business process decisions from inception to completion.
Dr. Valentin Kazan, Vice President of IBA Group and the head of the IBA’s delegation at Gitex, says: “Our customers need to keep up with the pace of technological change without the high fixed costs of internal IT systems and we give them unsurpassed services, plus a depth of engineering talent they would be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.”
He adds: “IBA Group is based in Prague, has operating centers in Belarus and throughout Eastern Europe, and offices in eight countries. Although the Middle East is a new destination for us, we have achieved certain results in the marketing of our services here. We look forward to building and expanding partner relations, and hope to make the Gulf region a priority destination for IBA Group.”
IBA Group invites visitors to its stand to discuss their specific needs and find solutions to their problems.
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