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Multi-vendor ATM software: How it will benefit SBI

In terms of assets, deposits, branches, customers, and employees, SBI is the largest commercial bank. In India, SBI is also the largest mortgage lender. The bank has the largest network of more than 22,000 branches in India with an ATM / CDM network of nearly 58,000 and total BC outlets of over 71,000.

February 21, 2021 / 09:27 AM IST
 
 
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State Bank of India (SBI), in a big move, has transferred its full ATM network to a Multi-vendor Software (MVS) solution implemented by India’s leading Payment Solutions Company CMS Info Systems (CMS). This is a seven-year contract worth over Rs 500 crore for CMS.

Here are the benefits SBI has from Multi-vendor ATM software

-40,000 SBI ATM network now running successfully as the unique solution was customized for SBI.

-The multi-vendor Software (MVS) solution is helping the bank centralize their ATM Channel Management to a single central command control which can be used to enhance the customer experience as well as ensure the network has the latest security measures.

-SBI is now able to leverage VMS to update its network in real-time which could earlier take months. It can also use the ATM channel to customize offers to its customers.

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-It also offers SBI the option of enhancing MVS so that it can be used across its entire self-service terminals to provide a unified, connected customer experience to their customers.

-As vendor-agnostic software, banks can gain considerable cost and operational advantages by being able to procure ATM hardware and software components separately without the dependency of being tied to one vendor for both.

-From a back-end priority, the MVS allows for remote control monitoring and tracking of electronic journals, through dashboards, reporting and security alerts, thus significantly eliminating the need for physical intervention across a large geography.

“MVS has changed the role that an ATM used to perform for a bank. MVS makes the ATM a central component to the bank’s digital strategy where it starts playing the role of an intelligent branch manager and sells personalized products and services to the customers. Financial institutions could leverage ATMs better by linking it to mobile banking and CRM systems; so as to offer seamless banking experience to their customers" Rajiv Kaul - Executive Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Whole time Director at CMS Info Systems, said in a release.

Kaul further added that "MVS is a marketing tool, it is an easy deployment tool, it is a compliance tool and it is a control tool. This solution has been made-in-India and customized-for-India to help banks realize more from their ATM network. We are excited to continue leveraging our platform and in-depth sector expertise to provide highly customized solutions for other public and private banks in India."

In terms of assets, deposits, branches, customers, and employees, SBI is the largest commercial bank. In India, SBI is also the largest mortgage lender. The bank has the largest network of more than 22,000 branches in India with an ATM / CDM network of nearly 58,000 and total BC outlets of over 71,000.

Eighty five million customers are using SBI's internet banking and 19 million customers are using mobile banking. SBI - YONO, the integrated digital and lifestyle platform has crossed the 74 million downloads mark.
Moneycontrol News
first published: Feb 21, 2021 09:27 am

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