Customer Success Story

The digital transformation
of Gulf Bank

Download this customer case study
to see how Backbase empowers Gulf
Bank, one of the leading commercial
banks in Kuwait.


Gulf Bank is one of the leading commercial banks in Kuwait, and was founded in 1960. It offers a full range of banking services to retail, corporate and international customers through a network of 56 branches, 233 ATMs and a 24/7 telephone banking service. It also provides a set of online and mobile banking channels for its retail and corporate business customers.

“We discovered agile ways of working and finding solutions, and we have Backbase to thank for this. Its digital banking platform and in-house expertise has helped us deliver a new banking app that’s more secure, more flexible and more intuitive than ever before, and we did it in record time”

says Peter Roberts Chief Information Officer and General Manager Information Technology at Gulf Bank.


Read the story of how a leading bank creates an optimal combination of agility and security.

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