International Computer Systems (London) Ltd. - ICS (London) was established in London in 1978, as a system integrator and turn-key solutions provider by pioneers of the technology industry. Since then, the company has been engaged in many vertical markets such as Financial Institutions, Oil & Gas and National Security Solutions with projects completed in Europe, Asia and Africa.

 

Furthermore, the company targets international markets, providing IT solutions and services to a wide range of countries and regions. In 1991, ICS (London) explored changing its business model to become an Independent Software Vendor (ISV). The vision was to develop standard off-the-shelf (OTS) software applications for real-time business processing. Capitalising on previous expertise, ICS (London) launched strategic projects for developing systems in the following areas:

  • Health Care
  • Education
  • National Security Information Suite
  • Universal banking software

Within a decade, ICS (London) was able to penetrate new markets, win new clients and strengthen its position among the major players in the financial technology industry, creating the ICS Group.

 

In 2004, ICS Financial Systems Ltd. (ICSFS) (www.icsfs.com) emerged from ICS (London) as a leading provider of universal banking software systems focused on the financial industry upon the rapid growth, demand, and maturity of the ICS BANKS software. ICSFS is dedicated to software development and integration for the banking industry, from retail banking solutions to global financial institutions.

Another part of the ICS Group is Geophysical Service Center Company – (GSC) was founded in 1993 as a center for regional excellence in the field of Geophysics and Natural resource exploration. GSC provides unbeatable value services and management and assistance with specialist Hardware and Software services for the Oil, Natural gas and Natural Resource industries.

The ICS group has undertaken many high profile and demanding projects, from country-wide police automation to the full computerisation of financial organisations of all sizes. Customers range from government bodies to international contractors, from manufacturing to the service industry, and from small business to multinational groups.