National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) case study

NBAD CASE STUDY

The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), the number one bank in United Arab Emirates (UAE), was founded in 1968. Today NBAD has a network of 85 branches and 274 ATMs. It has also an overseas network of 42 units in 9 countries, which is the largest of all UAE banks.

National Bank of Abu Dhabi invests in a state of the art IT system. It does this to face the challenge of staying on top of the ever changing challenges, business needs and regulatory requirements in the world of finance.

Advanced IT organization – to build on a convincing Solaris operating system environment. Enhanced business continuity – to benefit from uninterrupted availability of bank –specific IT business processes.

This being the top priority of the National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), a strong IT infrastructure will help the bank achieve the required agility to deal with changes in business requirements as they occur. Scalable performance, absolute flexibility, maximum availability and reliable business-critical 24/7 operation are all absolutely essential.

Having recognized this, NBAD initiated an extensive upgrade project. Partnering with Fujitsu it boosted the performance of its core banking infrastructure. The new configuration is based on PRIMEPOWER systems, Intel-based PRIMERGY servers and SPARC Enterprise servers.

This robust state-of- the- art technology platform now gives users maximum agility. And there is on-site support guaranteed.