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Thakral One wins Temenos Global Partner Award for 2013


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Thakral One has been awarded the Temenos Global Sales Partner Award 2013 at the recently concluded Temenos Community Forum (TCF) in Abu Dhabi. Temenos Group AG is the market leading provider of banking software systems with over 1,500 proven customer deployments in more than 140 countries across the world. The TCF, a must-attend annual event, attracts a global audience comprising Temenos customers, partners, employees, investors as well as other industry participants such as journalists and research analysts.



Thakral One has been awarded the prestigious Global Sales Partner Award for the undisputed success in opening an entirely new market for Temenos and for winning three new core banking clients in the Philippines and Maldives. Thakral One’s deep understanding of the local markets and its team of highly-skilled experts helped close the new deals in a short span of 12 months. At the occasion Thakral One VP – FSI Solutions Santie Heydenrych, said that the company was delighted to be recognised for its efforts and would strive to surpass this success in the future.

Temenos Global Alliances Director Mike Head congratulated Thakral One on winning the award. Lauding Thakral One for identifying, building and nurturing potentially profitable markets, Head said “Thakral One’s role in bringing Temenos to the Philippines market is much appreciated. Their local presence across APAC has enabled Thakral One to build strong relationships with customers and Temenos is delighted to be able to leverage their expertise. A combination of Temenos’ best-in-class suite of banking products, Thakral One’s regional knowledge repository and their dedicated, on-the-ground team makes for a successful partnership. We are committed to further strengthening this association and are excited to explore more opportunities with Thakral One.”

Thakral One aims to bridge the gap between business and information technology in emerging markets by ensuring that its offerings are customised and the applications are well adapted to the needs and realities of emerging markets. Backed by the US$ 1.5 billion Thakral Group, Thakral One draws on its pan-Asian presence and a specialised pool of skill-sets to offer robust IT infrastructure solutions and services, carefully selected enterprise applications and reliable long-term managed support to its clients.

Thakral One is present in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, UAE, Bhutan and Afghanistan.


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