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MAURITIUS POST AND COOPERATIVE BANK FUTURE-PROOFS ITS TECHNOLOGY FRAMEWORK WITH SUCCESSFUL UPGRADE OF INFOSYS FINACLE

Infosys announced that Mauritius Post and Cooperative Bank Ltd. (MPCB), among the largest banks in the country, has successfully upgraded its core banking solution to Finacle 10. The enhanced technology framework delivered by Finacle 10 is geared to support the bank’s ambitious growth plans. It also allows MPCB to develop and launch products faster, to meet rapidly changing customer needs. The new version of the core banking solution was deployed in 10 months, five weeks ahead of schedule, with no budget overruns.

Highlights

  • The new version of Finacle allows the bank to offer a wide array of lending products and other banking services to meet the diverse needs of its retail and corporate customers
  • Finacle also enables MPCB to broaden its portfolio of leasing and trade financing services
  • Strong origination capabilities in the new version facilitates robust underwriting and credit monitoring to ensure higher credit quality at MPCB
  • Comprehensive reporting infrastructure, an integral part of the upgraded solution, helps the bank to address and report regulatory and compliance requirements efficiently
  • The solution helps the bank offer 24x7x365 services to its customers and enhances overall staff productivity

Quotes

Rajiv Beeharry, Chief Executive Officer, Mauritius Post and Cooperative Bank Ltd.:

MAURITIUS Post And Cooperative Bank Future-Proofs Its Technology Framework With Successful Upgrade Of INFOSYS Finacle
MAURITIUS Post And Cooperative Bank Future-Proofs Its Technology Framework With Successful Upgrade Of INFOSYS Finacle

“There are over 20 banks in Mauritius serving a population of 1.2 million. The challenge for MPCB is to effectively service its loyal and extremely demanding customers, while adding new retail and corporate customers. This requires us to offer innovative offerings and services to our customers continually.  Infosys Finacle has helped us to grow our business without worrying about our technology framework for the last 10 years. We are confident that this latest solution from Finacle will ably support our long-term growth objectives including our planned expansion in the leasing market.”

Venkatramana Gosavi, Vice President and Regional Head, Growth Markets, Infosys Finacle:

“Mauritius is seeing increased competition in the banking sector, along with rapidly evolving customer expectations. The upgrade to Finacle 10 gives MPCB a modernized platform to deliver the full spectrum of retail, corporate and trade finance services to its customers. As the bank grows, this robust and scalable platform will ensure the flexibility it needs to selectively upgrade and strengthen its capabilities across areas like credit, liabilities and corporate services, among others.”