The Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait (BBK) has chosen Nucleus Software’s cash management tools, CASH@WillTM and BankONetTM modules, for its transaction banking services.
Vishnu R. Dusad, chief executive and managing director, Nucleus Software Exports Limited said, “We are delighted to partner with Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait, one of the largest banks in Bahrain. We are confident that BBK will reap great benefits by leveraging our cash management solution. We look forward to further strengthening our relationship with BBK as they expand their business rapidly and explore newer technologies to stay ahead in the market.
BankONetTM will allow BBK to offer online services to its corporate customers, thereby enhancing customer service by offering effective tracking of payments and account balance, enabling fund transfers and opening of letter of credit. CASH@WillTM will help BBK to organize their cash management systems for managing cash flow and implementing long-term solutions that are flexible and can adjust to the changing business environment.
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