Lexmark International will be showcasing their considerable portfolio of Managed Print Services, software and solutions geared towards the banking industry at the upcoming 3rd Middle East Banking Innovation Summit, being held at the Sofitel Palm Jumeirah, Dubai on October 7th and 8th.
As Diamond Sponsor of the largest event for banking innovations in the UAE, Lexmark International will be aiming to widen their interaction with the banking industry while at the same time demonstrating the tremendous capability of some of their most innovative technologies.
Lexmark International Middle East General Manager, Mathias Militzer and Charles Kaplan, Vice President, Marketing, Perceptive Software will be speaking at the gathering of leading banking representatives from the region about the benefits of harnessing the power of Lexmark's Managed Print Services, software and solutions to greatly streamline their work processes while simultaneously enhancing efficiencies and allowing for greater transparency in operations.
“Being involved in the Middle East Banking Innovation Summit gives us an great opportunity to interact with some of our leading customers in the region as well as enabling us to spread awareness about the immense potential of our solutions for the banking industry,” said Militzer.
As a leading provider of imaging solutions and software across the world Lexmark is a recognized industry leader. IDC named Lexmark as a leader in MPS in its EMEA Managed Print Services 2012 Hardcopy Vendor Analysis. Lexmark's portfolio of MPS solutions, powered by Perceptive Software, for the banking industry focus on customer interaction and transactional efficiency. These solutions eliminate 80-90% or more of the keystrokes required to transfer data from documents into core banking systems and improve cycle times from days or weeks to minutes.
As the largest bank innovation and technology summit in the UAE, the Middle East Banking Innovation Summit last year attracted over 300 C-level executives, CEO's, CIO's, tech experts and senior professionals committed to driving growth in the bank and finance sector.
The summit is expected to focus on the next frontier of financial services ranging from cloud computing, social media and mobile technology to consolidated IT and operations. With increasingly tech-savvy customers demanding control, transparency and access to their finances anywhere, anytime, banks face the major challenge of coming up with new ways of operating, and products and services that deliver value to the customer.