CRIF GULF SOLUTIONS is the Analytics Partner for ‘Middle East COO Conclave in Financial Services’

Middle East COO Conclave in Financial Services brings together the aristocracy from the region’s banking operations and technology fraternity to address solutions around transforming operational performance in order to increase customer experience with innovative technologies, performance metrics, a matured process design and improvement standard.

The Middle East COO Conclave in Financial Services provides a distinction where you will witness interactive panel discussion session, live industry panel debates, thought-leadership presentations and case studies.

The following trends will be address at the Middle East COO Conclave in Financial Services:

  • Operational Excellence
  • Change & Transformation
  • Process Innovation
  • Strategic Growth
  • Continuous Improvement
  • AI, Robotics and Decision Science
  • Business Productivity
  • Customer Experience
  • Digital and Fintech


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