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Sri Lanka Telecom connects National Savings Bank
26 Jul, 2009 21:33:01
July 26, 2009 (LBO) - Sri Lanka Telecom said it has won a contract to provide state-owned National Savings Bank (NSB) with a broadband network for voice and data communications that will reduce costs and ensure better access for customers and branches.
"Utilizing this total communication solution, NSB is able to minimize its communications costs of 143 locations, which include head office, branches, ATMs and saving centres all over the country," SLT said in a statement.

The availability of broadband access through virtual private networks has made it possible for banks to exchange information securely and in real time, enabling transactions such as the deposit of cash at one branch and its withdrawal from another.

SLT said the real time system enhances the capabilities of the bank through the maintenance of online information including customer’s financial information, company’s investment information, as well as remote access for corporate information, cash collection and account information.

"With the solution provided to us by SLT, we are able to connect the head office with our 143 branches island wide and 140 ATM machines," said S P R Perera, chief executive of NSB.
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