Bangkok Bank, Thailand has gone live with Nucleus Software’s cash management product Cash@Will and Internet banking product BankONet across its entire network in Thailand. The two solutions helped the bank to transform its business processes by enhancing the technology platform.
Cash@Will and BankONet were chosen for their functionality enabling the bank’s ability to respond to changing business dynamics faster. In addition to helping the bank offer its customers the benefits of tracking cash balance, monitoring payments and receivables, and performing liquidity management functions, Cash@Will is also expected to help Bangkok Bank improve its revenue, maximise profits, minimise costs and establish efficient management systems to assist and accelerate growth.
“Our decision to implement Cash@Will has been influenced by Nucleus’ reputation as a successful and committed software solutions provider. We are confident that with Nucleus’ support and commitment, we will be further strengthening our rapid business growth and delivering to meet customer expectation,” said Teera Aphaiwongse, senior executive vice president at Bangkok Bank.
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