Accenture opens e-banking center in Indonesia

Enterprise Innovation editors
20 Mar 2014
00:00

Accenture has opened an Innovation Center for Financial Services in Jakarta to showcase digital and mobile banking innovations designed to support strategic growth for banks and financial service providers in Indonesia.

The company said the center offers a new venue for financial industry executives to access some of Accenture’s solutions that can help promote financial inclusion, improve customer satisfaction, reach new customers, and reduce costs.

For example, the center offers a showcase on how to support financial inclusion by providing peer-to-peer money transfers between mobile wallets; how to increase mobile banking services for existing clients by offering services to apply for new products via a mobile phone; and how to offer more mobile payment options such as contactless payments at the point of sale, international remittances using a mobile phone, and redemption of loyalty coupons.

The center will also be a place for clients to meet for interactive workshops and to see real-world examples of new technologies that could be rolled out in Indonesia and throughout the ASEAN region.

The new center in Jakarta is the latest addition to Accenture’s global network of Innovation Centers for Financial Services, which includes locations in Beijing, Bangalore, Chicago, and Sophia-Antipolis, France

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