National Bank of Kenya has selected Misys BankFusion Universal Banking to improve efficiencies and reduce the bank’s cost/income ratio. Misys system was selected to adapt to local management and regulatory changes, and meet any future technology changes. The bank evaluated several systems from a number of solution providers before choosing to go forward with Misys.
The integrated solution combining the capabilities of Misys BankFusion Universal Banking, Opics Plus, TI Plus and Misys Business Intelligence, enables National Bank of Kenya to adapt to the customers changing demands and respond quickly by bringing new products to market much more rapidly.
“Trade finance is a key area for growth in Africa, we intend to capture a larger share of the market by using the capabilities of BankFusion Universal Banking and Misys TI Plus,” said the managing director (MD) of the National Bank of Kenya.
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