Published Date: August 09, 2011
Manila, Bangalore, August 9, 2011: Infosys Ltd and City Saving Bank today announced that City Saving Bank, Philippines, has chosen Finacle™ core banking solution to power the bank’s strategic business transformation initiative. City Saving Bank is a thrift bank operating in the Philippines market for the past 45 years. The bank will replace its legacy system across its 29 branches and leverage Finacle™ core banking solution for its aggressive growth plans.
Built on new generation technologies, open industry standards and services oriented architecture, Finacle™ will provide the bank with a highly scalable technology engine. Finacle™ Bank-in-a-Box (BIAB), a pre-configured and fully integrated framework, will offer City Saving Bank a rapidly deployable solution that provides knowledge of best banking practices, processes and standards.
According to William Paradies, Vice President, City Saving Bank, “A robust technology platform is indispensible for a growth-focused bank. We selected Finacle™ for its proven global leadership, committed investment in cutting edge technology and unmatched delivery track record. We are confident that our partnership with Finacle™ will enable us to realize our growth ambitions and deliver for our customers a world-class banking experience.”
Leveraging Finacle™, City Saving Bank will also be better positioned to right sell personalized offerings, bundled products and an enriched segment-specific product portfolio to customers. As the local business partner of Infosys, Total Information Management (TIM) Corporation will play an integral part in the implementation of the Finacle™ solution at City Saving Bank.
Sanat Rao, Vice President & Global Head, Business Development, Client Engagements and Alliances – Finacle™ said, “We are delighted to partner with City Saving Bank and are strongly committed to ensuring that City Saving Bank attains its twin business objectives of aggressive retail growth and business agility. Philippines is a focus market for Finacle™ and we will continue to invest and innovate to accelerate growth and drive efficiencies for our clients in the region.”
City Saving, a Cebu based thrift bank, has been serving the public school teacher market since its founding in 1966. The bank currently has 29 branches across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.
Finacle from Infosys partners with banks to power-up their innovation agenda, enabling them to differentiate their products and service, enhance customer experience and achieve greater operational efficiency. This proven and effective framework for multi-disciplinary change, enables banks to shift their strategic and operational priorities.
Finacle solutions address the core banking, e-banking, Islamic banking, treasury, wealth management and CRM requirements of retail, corporate and universal banks worldwide. Several powerful and differentiating features make Finacle one of the most comprehensive, flexible and scalable universal banking solutions in its class. These solutions, when associated with Finacle services, empower banks to maximize their opportunities for growth, while minimizing the risks that come with large-scale business transformation. For more information, visit www.edgeverve.com/finacle.
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