New-age technology to provide quick banking services for working professionals
Pune, January 20, 2017 – Standard Chartered Bank today announced the launch of its first Electronic Banking Centre in the country at their ATM in EON IT Park, Pune. The Centre is a self-service, 24X7 banking facility that enables quick banking services for working professionals.
The Electronic Banking Centre has several differentiated offerings for customers. It will offer the facility to apply for a new savings account with an instant personalised debit card, or for a credit card with immediate approval in principle.
Customers can interact with a virtual teller to deposit cash, withdraw cash using cheques, transfer money using NEFT, RTGS and print account statements. The Centre offers provisions for video calls with Relationship Managers, accessing online and mobile banking, as well as viewing various offers available to Standard Chartered customers.
Speaking on the launch of this Centre, Shyamal Saxena, Head, Retail Banking, India, Standard Chartered Bank said, “Digital transformation is already changing the dynamics of banking; especially customer experience. And at Standard Chartered Bank, we are leading the way on digital innovations that strengthen our product and service offerings. We are committed to offering innovative technology led services which will provide a best in class experience to our customers and serve them better.”
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