National Australia Group Europe (NAGE) has chosen the Finacle corporate e-banking solution from Infosys to enable the bank to offer internet banking services to its corporate clients in the UK.
Infosys will deploy Finacle across the group’s Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank operations.
Elaine Lenc, head of strategic projects at NAGE, said: “Our growing business banking network requires value-added internet-based service. After evaluating a host of solutions and technology partners we selected Finacle for its solution functionality and for the end-to-end delivery capabilities of Infosys.”
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