Linux gains Standard Charter’s trust

I found this from the bulletin of www.itmatters.com.ph

Standard Chartered Bank is now online using Red Hat’s Linux operating system for one of its major banking applications. Specifically, Standard Chartered has implemented the Red Hat Enterprise Linux that features functionality needed to help organizations lower costs and increase productivity immediately, including systems grouping, systems permissions, scheduled actions, systems search, and package profile comparison tools. The system is implemented in the areas of consumer banking, wholesale bank, operations, and finance. In the Philippines since 1873, Standard Chartered is the longest established foreign bank and the second longest established bank, with six branches in Makati, Cebu, Alabang, Ortigas, Quezon City, and Caloocan. Standard Chartered employs 30,000 people in over 500 locations in more than 55 countries in Asia, the middle East, Africa, the United Kingdom and the Americas.

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