The solution is part of the Vynamic Digital banking suite and aims to lay the foundation for rapid innovation across the bank’s physical and digital channels.
“Vynamic Digital Banking was introduced to provide the financial services industry with the tools to achieve new and differentiated engagements with their customers,” says Alan Kerr, senior vice-president, software at Diebold Nixdorf.
Banco Bolivariano, through these solutions, aims to provide over 50 features including biometric authentication, card management and QuickPay person-to-person payments with customers of other institutions.
Founded in 1980, Banco Bolivariano provides retail, SME, and corporate banking products and services.
The bank is based in Guayaquil and employs approximately 1,500 full-time employees.