Since 1964 the Central Bank of Jordan has played a crucial role distributing currency, maintaining national reserves of gold and foreign currencies, supporting economic development and ensuring the stability of the country’s financial system. For the bank, maintaining the most robust, up-to-date standards of security is not just mission critical, it’s a matter of national importance. IDIS technology is now trusted to provide full video protection.
Since it became the first Saudi bank to be licensed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 1953 the National Commercial Bank (NCB) has grown to become the second largest in the Arab world, as classed by asset. Also known as AlAhli Bank it now serves 5.4 million customers and is a leading institution in the practice of Islamic banking and finance. To maintain its leading position NCB is using IDIS technology for one of the biggest financial surveillance systems upgrades ever seen in the region
Located in Moscow, the International Investment Bank (IIB) is an inter-state organisation which promotes economic and social development among members, including Hungary, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, the Republic of Cuba, Mongolia, the Russian Federation, Romania, the Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic. Following a review of security in 2015 the bank’s senior management identified a need to rationalise and expand their video surveillance capability. A s
GardaWorld’s cash handling business is North America’s largest, with its ubiquitous red and white trucks easily spotted throughout Canada and the United States. At hundreds of facilities and handling centers, GardaWorld processes currency for an entire continent, monitored by complex video surveillance technologies, working together to ensure the integrity of their processes and operations.