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Dutch-Bangla Bank wins the ‘best mobile banking’ award

Anushkar Mohinani | April 27, 2012
Sybase 365 also achieves the award for developing the mobile banking platform for the bank.

Dutch-Bangla Bank (DBBL) and Sybase 365 have won the Best Mobile Banking Initiative Award at The Asian Banker Technology Implementation Awards 2012 .

With the award-winning DBBL Mobile Banking implementation, the bank’s customers can withdraw and deposit money, and access other banking services via their mobile phones, said Sybase 365 in a media statement issued today. Mobile phones are reportedly more ubiquitous in rural areas than automated teller machines. 

Sybase 365 said they developed the mobile banking platform by “tailoring the software application that links all parties into a sophisticated data centre.”

Commenting on the achievement, Matthew Talbot, senior vice president of mCommerce at Sybase 365 said: “We are honoured to receive the Best Mobile Banking Initiative Award 2012 and recognised for our efforts in implementing cutting-edge mobile technologies that help deliver a better banking experience to everyone whether it’s for local customers from remote communities in Bangladesh or for other developing and advanced markets.” 


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