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Datawatch secures Standard Chartered deal

Standard Chartered Bank and Datawatch Middle East have entered into a partnership whereby Datawatch will supply its Monarch Pro report mining and data transformation software to the bank.

Standard Chartered Bank and Datawatch Middle East have entered into a partnership whereby Datawatch will supply its Monarch Pro report mining and data transformation software to the bank.

Datawatch recently launched a permanent presence in the region and has already provided the latest version of its benchmark Monarch Pro software to a range of customers, either directly or via distribution.

“Standard Chartered is a global major league player and we are delighted to have it as our customers,” says Rob Graham, product manager for Datawatch Middle East. “What our customers are looking for is not more technology but solutions. Allowing non-IT professionals to ask questions directly of the database is simply information made easy. Research shows that management spends 10% of each day just looking for the information they need to manage,” he adds.

Standard Chartered Bank is an international bank, focused on established and emerging markets of Asia, Africa and the Middle East with an extensive global network of more than 600 offices in over 50 countries.

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