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Silkbank goes Live with Temenos Infinity to power Digital Banking in Pakistan

By Leandra Monteiro

July 29, 2021

  • Pakistan
  • Silkbank
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Temenos, Digital Banking, Pakistan, Temenos Infinity, Silkbank Temenos, the banking software company, today announced that Silkbank, a commercial and Islamic bank in Pakistan, has gone live with Temenos Infinity, to power up its digital banking for retail, corporate and SME customers. Temenos Infinity enables Silkbank to offer seamless digital onboarding and get to market quickly with ready-to-go digital banking features designed to attract new customers and increase customer engagement.

Silkbank’s existing digital banking offers a broad range of retail and business products and services, including account and card management, funds transfers, bill payments, mobile top-up, loans and loan management. However, using disparate legacy systems, the customer experience was disjointed and inconsistent across its web and mobile channels.

Temenos Infinity gives the bank a unified digital banking platform to bring these services together to create frictionless, personalized and secure banking experiences and increase customer satisfaction. The improved digital onboarding and banking experience gives Silkbank a competitive edge the bank expects will increase its new retail, corporate and business customers by 15% this year.

Running on Temenos Transact next-generation core, the addition of Temenos Infinity delivers a seamless front-to-back solution, enabling Silkbank to reduce operational costs and launch engaging digital solutions for individuals and business users much faster.

Silkbank plans to migrate its complete user base of more than 350,000 customers to the new digital banking platform within four months and increase transactions through digital channels to 70 percent within 12 months of launch. The implementation was carried out by Xpert Digital (XD), a certified Temenos Services Partner specializing in delivering exceptional digital experiences.

By modernizing its digital banking with Temenos Infinity, Silkbank benefits from an open and flexible platform to deliver an outstanding omnichannel customer experience. As a result, Silkbank can remove friction across every single journey and touchpoint, allowing the customers to get things done efficiently.

The powerful analytics and Explainable AI engine also allow Silkbank to learn from every customer interaction and identify attrition, abandonment and bottlenecks in the customer journeys to improve business processes.

Javed Yousuf Edhi, CIO and Group Head – Technology & Digital Innovation Group, Silkbank, commented, “With Temenos Infinity, we can accelerate our digital transformation initiatives and reimagine how we engage with customers digitally. For example, our retail and business customers increasingly want to do more of their banking by mobile app and internet, and expect the experience to be effortless. Whether onboarding new accounts digitally, providing an omnichannel experience, offering exceptional service, or a combination of all, Temenos Infinity makes it possible.”

Jean-Paul Mergeai, President – International Sales, Temenos said, “Covid-19 has prompted a strong shift in the behavior of bank customers towards digital banking. While Pakistan is still heavily reliant on cash transactions, the trend indicates a promising future for digital financial services in the country. Silkbank is a pioneer of digital banking technology and, with Temenos Infinity, is well-positioned to capitalize on this growing opportunity. Together with Temenos, Silkbank can now take digital banking to the next level, making digital banking more human to offer the personalized experiences customers want from their bank.”

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