Gresham Computing Wins CAIB’s Prestigious Diamond Award
Gresham Computing plc was the proud recipient of the Diamond Award from the Caribbean Association of Indigenous Banks (CAIB) at its annual conference November 12-15, 2007 in Georgetown, Guyana. This award recognizes organizations who have through their activities made major contributions to the banking industry in the Caribbean Region.
In presenting the award, Patricia Hamilton, Chief Executive Officer of CAIB noted:
“Gresham Computing prides itself upon its ability to provide real-time financial solutions to perfectly meet the unique needs of its clients, and it is this unswerving commitment to a strong service culture, continued technological innovation and corporate-wide reliability that have seen Gresham grow from a small, IT business into a vibrant, internationally-recognized stalwart of the Financial Industry.”
Hamilton further commented:
“Whether it is the need to service customers in the comfort of their homes or offices, or the need to monitor potential money laundering transactions, Gresham Computing has worked hand-in-hand with its Caribbean clients to identify their specific needs and to build tailored solutions that bring maximum value to each shareholder.”
Gresham Computing has been a provider of technology to financial institutions in the Caribbean since 1987, and has become the pre-eminent provider of banking systems and customer self-service applications in the region. Its many customers include commercial banks, development banks, finance and mortgage companies and credit unions.
John Walton, CEO of Gresham’s Toronto operation stated, “The Diamond Award gives recognition to our dedicated and hardworking team that develop and support our Clareti Banking system and related products. We look forward to our continued participation in the Caribbean banking community in the future.”
Gresham Vice President, Alex Stirling, further commented, “Gresham is committed to working with banks in the Caribbean to support their right to ‘financial self-determination’ and to assist them in meeting the needs of their customers. We thank CAIB for recognizing our dedication to grow, strengthen and develop the region’s indigenous banking arena.”
About Gresham Computing plc
Gresham Computing specializes in delivering real-time financial solutions. Gresham develops and implements software solutions for banks and corporates, as well as integration and storage solutions. Many of the Global 500 choose Gresham to help improve their competitive edge and bottom line performance in some of the most challenging market sectors. Gresham Computing plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange (GHT) and has offices in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific. For more information, please visit www.gresham-computing.com
Caribbean Association of Indigenous Banks, Inc (CAIB) is a community of locally incorporated/owned banks and other financial institutions in the Caribbean/CARICOM Region, providing opportunities for discussion on issues impacting the indigenous banking/financial services community as well as for the sharing of experiences and networking.
From this common platform indigenous banks and financial institutions seek to influence regional financial services policies as well as other issues which have implications for the sector, such as the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), World Trade Organization (WTO), and the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). It also facilitates Caribbean/CARICOM indigenous banks' and financial institutions' intervention and participation in the global network of similar institutions. www.caibinc.org
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