Photo: Rudiantara as Indonesia’s Minister of Communication and Informatics, attended the launching event accompanied by Piyush Gupta as CEO DBS Group and Management Staff of DBS Indonesia.
August 29th, 2017, DBS Indonesia – a leading bank in Asia, officially announced Digibank (Digital Bank), a groundbreaking mobile-led bank in Indonesia.
Quoting Paulus Sutisna as President Director of Bank DBS Indonesia, in the last few years the internet and Smartphones users grew rapidly in Indonesia. Along with this, DBS Indonesia observed the changes in their customer behavior, and people today wanted a more simple, fast, and practical way for the banking transaction. Committed to shaping the future of banking, DBS Indonesia introduced Digibank, an innovative breakthrough aimed at digital-savvy communities in Indonesia. With Digibank, people can perform banking activities anytime, anywhere, paperless, branchless, and signatureless.
Photo: Rudiantara as Indonesia’s Minister of Communication and Informatics, gave an appreciation for DBS Indonesia.
Photo: Rudiantara as Indonesia’s Minister of Communication and Informatics explained that paperless and branchless bank will be favorable for digital-savvy customers.
Digibank brings together an entire suite of innovative technology like biometrics to artificial intelligence (AI). This breakthrough follows the successful rollout of Digibank in India, which has enabled DBS to penetrate India’s retail banking market with about 1.5 million new customers acquired to date.
Triyo Saputra as the Senior Account Manager of Fortune PR who handled this event said “The launch of Digibank by DBS has shown us that a paperless and branchless bank is no longer a myth. DBS Indonesia has proven that with Digibank, and now the customer can have the entire bank on their hands. The launch also remarks the beginning of customers digital journey to enjoy a whole new way of banking – a simple, fast and effortless.”