Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Poland launches first digital bank

Poland's first digital bank has launched, complete with virtual branch, mobile, app, Facebook payments, personal finance management tools and an "entertainment area".

Alior Bank unveiled its separate Alior Sync business last week, billing the new financial services firm as being  available anytime, anywhere, for a young, digitally savvy audience.

Alior Sync is replacing physical branches with a virtual one that can be accessed through its Web site. The site contains a tab showing users how many employees are available to talk at any one time and through which medium - video, audio or text chat.

In addition to regular online banking features, the new player has also developed Android and iOS mobile apps that let customers check their finances, transfer funds and pay invoices using their handsets' cameras.
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The bank has also worked with vendor IND Group on an app that allows customers to transfer money directly to friends through Facebook photos without having to leave the page.

Having spent 50 million zloty and eight months on the project - Alior Sync says it aims to have signed up one million customers and four billion zloty in deposits within four years.
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