New Polish bank Alior deploys FIS core processing system

New Polish bank Alior deploys FIS core processing system

Alior, a Polish bank launched last year, has rolled out core processing technology from Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) across more than 100 branches.

Alior Bank went live in November, raising one billion zlotys in client deposits in the first three months of operation. By the end of February it had secured more than 80,000 customers, including 7000 business accounts.

The bank says it plans to operate in 155 locations by the end of 2009, with one million customers signed up within three years.

It has now deployed the FIS Profile suite, which the vendor says contains all of a bank's customer data and deposit and loan accounts within a single, logical system of record.

Commenting on the choice of Profile, Tomasz Motyl, director, IT development department, Alior, says. "It is a proven, flexible and highly reliable system that will scale effortlessly in line with projected growth in the number of customers, accounts and physical branches. Another benefit is that our practical hands-on experience with Profile means that our in-house IT team is largely self-sufficient."

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