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BBVA Compass - Mobile Banking Solution
BBVA Compass is the 4th largest bank in Texas and provides mobile driven transaction opportunities to its clients. BBVA Compass counts on Sybase 365 to extend financial information and trading functions to its customers.

Bank of Baroda
Bank of Baroda, one of the oldest and largest providers of banking solutions in India, relies on Sybase 365 to promote awareness and interests about its lending services.

Spanco Telesystems and Solutions Limited
APEPDCL, a client of Spanco Telesystems, needed a new solution to help communicate with customers via mobile devices. Spanco Telesystems chose to partner with Sybase 365 to upgrade systems for its customers.

United Bank of India
United Bank of India partnered with Sybase 365 to extend banking facilities through mobile devices, allowing its customers to access information anytime, anywhere.

Citibank
Citibank uses Sybase 365 to empower its customers to receive information related to stock markets, bank account transactions and investments via mobile device.

Bell Direct
Bell Direct, an online stock trading agency based out of Australia, chose Sybase 365 to implement its state of the art mobile trading facility enabling its clients to trade anywhere at anytime

Siemens Kung Fu
Siemens wanted to bring virtual gamers together in an exciting new game format. They also wanted to ensure that partners retained market share in a tough new "battleground" market.

VIVA TV
VIVA TV wanted to be the first German TV channel to offer an innovative and user-friendly mobile commerce solution, with its interactivity and ease-of-use, were the main factors behind the immediate adoption by VIVA viewers.

Siemens Payment
Siemens wanted to enable rapid and global development of downloadable services for mobile subscribers while providing a means of collecting payment for low value content without the need for added infrastructure costs.

MSN
MSN's Hotmail service in Asia wanted to ebable its subscribers to check their email on-the-go using their mobile phones. MSN also wanted to increase Web traffic for MSN Hotmail while increasing average revenue per user for mobile operators.
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