Turkland Bank, a niche bank in Turkey, has selected Finacle, the universal banking solution from Infosys, to strengthen operations across the home country. Infosys will implement Finacle core banking, customer resource management (CRM), e-banking and treasury solutions at T-Bank to drive the bank’s objective of product innovation, client-centricity and scalability for future growth.
T-Bank offers a wide range of corporate, private and retail banking services to Turkey’s small and medium size enterprises. To fulfil its aggressive growth objective, the bank intends to leverage global banking practices on a new age technology platform to gain a competitive edge.
Ilhan Zeki Koroglu, chief operations and information officer at T-Bank, said: “Our bank aims to accelerate product and channel innovation and streamline operations for future growth. Finacle’s state-of-the-art solution and Infosys’s excellent delivery track record were the key factors in this selection. We are confident that this partnership will provide our customers with a differentiated, world-class experience.”
T-Bank went through a detailed selection process for its ‘Project Future’, where the top global vendors were invited to participate. Cedar Consulting, a leading management consulting firm managed this comprehensive evaluation process.
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