Nabil Bank launches “Nabil Digi WorkSpace”

Technology Khabar २० भाद्र २०७८, आईतवार

Nabil Bank launches “Nabil Digi WorkSpace”

In order to remain at the forefront in every aspect, mainly when it comes to offering digital products & services, Nabil Bank has always tried to be one step ahead. In this context, the Bank has recently upgraded its old intranet with ‘Nabil Digi Workspace’ to enhance the staff efficiency level.

While officially launching Nabil Digi Workspace, Nabil Bank’s Chairman – Mr. Upendra Prasad Poudyal emphasized that a paperless work environment is the need of the hour. In the same launch program, Acting Chief Executive Officer – Mr. Sujit Kumar Shakya approved the task remotely to the live audience.

In Nabil Digi Workspace, Nabil’s employees will be able to carry out their daily tasks/work through a digital process. They will easily be able to find and track their daily tasks with one simple click. With the upgradation of its intranet site, the Bank aims to significantly reduce its turnaround time and provide quicker service to its valued customers.

Moving forward, the approving authorities of the Bank will be receiving system alerts and will be able to view and approve customer requests in a paperless environment. At the same time, the Bank has already started implementation of world renowned Business Process Management (BPM) system to automate its lending, customer on-boarding, etc., usage of robotic process automation, machine learning, and artificial intelligence system along with other digital initiatives, which are going to help in our customer-focused mission through automation and digitization.

Nabil Bank is the pioneer private sector bank of Nepal. It has 135 branches and 173 ATM network all over the country. Nabil Bank has always been in the forefront in adopting new technology and introducing innovative products and services.  The Bank is continuously exploring digital avenues to cater the customers’ needs and aims to be the first digital bank of the country.

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