Major Ivory Coast bank NSIA Bank is to replace its current core banking system via a migration to Sopra Banking’s solution, Amplitude.
One of the key challenges facing NSIA Bank, previously BIAO-CI, has been deciding the best way to achieve full modernisation of its information systems, in order to improve service performance, security and meet its innovation objectives.
Following an intensive selection process, NSIA Bank has decided to partner with Sopra Banking Software, joining a roster of more than 600 banks across 70 countries who use Sopra Banking Software’s back office banking architecture.
“We have chosen a company with more than 40 years’ experience and an international leader in the sector to support us in our strategic development,” said NSIA Bank’s General Manager, Philippe Attobra.
The migration project to Sopra Banking Amplitude started this summer, and will progressively involve all the different business segments of the bank.
With a fully integrated approach, broad business coverage for the core functions of banking production and multi-channel distribution for the digital world, Sopra Banking Amplitude is the ideal integrated core banking system.
NSIA Bank becomes the eighth bank to use Amplitude in the Ivory Coast.
Based in Abidjan, Sopra Banking Software, has become a leader in the West African financial services market, with more than 50 customers.
Sopra Banking Software is strengthening its local presence to serve its clients and to allow them to optimise their efficiency, flexibility and capacity to react to current challenges in the banking sector.
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