SAP Sybase 365 to drive Adarsh Credit's mobile financial inclusion efforts

SAP Sybase 365 to drive Adarsh Credit’s mobile financial inclusion efforts

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Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society has adopted SAP Sybase 365 to support its financial inclusion efforts. The technology will assist Adarsh Credit in enabling deposits and lending business activities on mobile platforms. The SAP Sybase 365 ensures in offering customers a fast, easy and convenient way to conduct bank transactions in a secure, user-friendly and cost-efficient platform.

Commenting on the recent implementation, Rahul Modi, COO, Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society said, “Optimizing the payment gateway through SAP Sybase 365 will assist us to meet the requirements of the underserved population.”

The SAP Sybase 365 will be supporting Adarsh Credit’s vision on offering a seamless, personalized and contextually relevant functionality to members located anywhere across India without any time constraints. According to Himanshu Shah, CTO of Adarsh Credit, the adoption of Sybase 365 mobile technology, apart from providing an enriched experience to its members, will also support the broader aim to catalyze the state of financial inclusion in India. The technology assures to empower the low income population with simplified cash collection procedures and in securing transactions through mobile devices.

Vikrant Chowdhary, Director BFSI of SAP India outlines the Sybase 365 technology to provide Adarsh a world-class financial inclusion platform by ensuring convenience in mobile banking and flexibility in the financial institution.

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