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SAFE CYBER IT has aided the banking industry in meeting the problems posed by the new economy. Financial institutions, more than most other industries, rely on obtaining, processing, analyzing, and delivering information to satisfy the needs of their clients. Given the importance of information in banking, it is no surprise that financial institutions were among the first to use automated information processing technology.

For the banking industry, technology has opened new markets, new goods, new services, and more efficient delivery routes. Mobile banking, online electronics banking, and internet banking are only a few examples. Information technology has also given the banking industry the tools it needs to meet the challenges of the new economy. Recent financial sector changes aimed at boosting the speed and reliability of financial activities, as well as attempts to enhance the banking industry, have relied heavily on information technology. The IT revolution has ushered in a global surge in financial activity that has never been seen before. The cost of global funds transfer has been greatly decreased because to technological advancements and the growth of global networks. Information technology enables banks to fulfill the high expectations of clients who are more demanding and technologically aware than their predecessors. They expect to be able to bank at any time and from any location. SAFE CYBER IT has been offering banks with solutions to handle their accounting and back-office needs.

Many banks have upgraded their services by incorporating computer and electronic technology. The technological revolution has made it feasible to give customers with greater convenience and flexibility in banking transactions. Customers may now say goodbye to big account registers and massive paper hank accounts thanks to e-banking. Credit Cards/Debit Cards, ATM, E- Cheque, EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer), DEMAT Accounts, Mobile Banking, Telephone Banking, Internet Banking, and EDI are some of the services provided by e-banks, also known as simple banks (Electronic Data Interchange).

The banking system is gradually transitioning away from traditional banking and toward relationship banking. The bank’s contact with its customers has traditionally been one-to-one through the branch network. Clearing and decision-making tasks were focused at the branch level when this was implemented. The main office was in charge of the overall clearing network, the branch network’s size, and the branch network’s employee training. The bank kept track of the company’s performance and established decision-making guidelines, but the information available to branch employees and consumers was limited to a single geographic location. It is currently transforming the way banks provide services to their consumers.


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