Attijari Bank rolls out Delta Informatique platform

Source: Delta Informatique

Delta Informatique, a major player in strategic banking software, confirms the success of the deployment of Delta-Bank throughout the Tunisian Attijari Bank network.

The Tunisian bank today counts 149 branches and thus remains the largest foreign implantation of the Attijariwafa banking group. Delta Informatique is announcing today the success of this large-scale project which reinforces the partnership created in 2007 with the Moroccan banking group. It represents for Delta Informatique--leader in the North African and French-speaking markets--the second implementation of Delta-Bank in Tunisia.

"The impact of the new system has been major within the bank. We are today processing all operations in real-time. Our branches have maximised their productivity,
and they end their days without suffering any delays. The new system has enormously reduced the administrative work of the branches. The system is very powerful and fluid in terms of the organisation and the productivity of the branches," declared M. BERTAL, Managing Director of Attijari Bank Tunisia.

The project began in October 2007, the central site started in December 2008, the pilot branch in June 2009. And in October 2009 we had the Go Live of the last branch in the network, which figures today among the largest banking networks in Tunisia. With this major project, the functional coverage of Delta-Bank has been enriched, notably with the development of a specific module for provisions management for clients in pre-litigation (Tunisian Reserved Accruals & Provisioning), an optimised coverage of SGMT (large amount transfers), as well as the appearance of a Funds Availability/Flash Transfers module.

"This project reinforces our partnership with the Attijariwafa Banking group. For us, the relation of trust is based above all on respecting commitments," declared Claude DELAGE, CEO of Delta Informatique.

In 2009, two other subsidiaries of the group have equally been put into production: the fusion of CBAO and BST Attijari Senegal and AWB Europe in France. In this beginning of the year 2010, two projects are currently in progress at AWBE Belgium and AIB Tanger Off Shore. Other implementations are planned in the "Road Map" for 2010 - 2011, notably within the framework of the latest acquisitions of the subsidiaries Crédit Agricole and BNP Paribas.

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