Princess Sumaya University for Technology and the international company CRIF IT Solutions concluded a memorandum of understanding for joint cooperation, signed by PSUT’s Acting President, Prof. Wejdan Abu Elhaija, and the company’s Regional Director, Eng. Areej Obeidat. Also present were the Dean of King Talal School of Business Technology, Dr. George Sammour, the Director of the Consultancy and Training Center, Prof. Jaafer AL-Saraireh, and Maha Kalbouneh, the company’s Business Information Operations Advisor.
The MOU aims to provide advisory services in all fields of the company’s knowledge, studies, and professional qualifications, and to organize and hold training programs through the Consultancy and Training Center to develop the capabilities and expertise of its employees.
The MOU also allows PSUT to benefit from the company’s training services in the field of environmental, social and governance risk management in banking and environmental risk assessment through a platform that allows institutions to enter their information to determine their compliance with the standards of CRIF’s training services.
Prof. Abu Elhaija emphasized that PSUT does not hesitate to build bridges for partnership and cooperation with the local community sectors and major companies, in line with the university's goals and aspirations.
Obeidat praised the status of PSUT and the reputation of its graduates in the labor market, indicating that the cooperation supports the university's training efforts in serving the banking sector. She also mentioned KTSBT’s launch of a master's program in Financial Technology and Analytical Accounting.
The CRIF Group specializes in business information, credit and assessment solutions, small and medium companies, individual and corporate lending, collection management, the Know Your Customer (KYC) system, and open banking solutions.