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IBM Mainframe 50: FNB provides upward mobility for Africa through mobile banking

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Published on Apr 6, 2014

The First National Bank of South Africa hasn't just enabled mobile banking across Africa, it's enabled upward mobility. And FNB's mobile banking shows no signs of slowing. Across online and mobile banking channels, volumes have reached 234 and 175 million transactions per month, respectively. To help support this massive growth and meet demand, FNB has turned to the mainframe for a reliable, secure infrastructure. With it, FNB is reaching new customers in new ways. This new online banking landscape is allowing people in Africa to make better decisions and run better businesses. As Tinashe Ruzane, Head of Business Development and Special Projects with the Awethu Project, is quoted, "That's creating the cycle of growth and I think data is at the center of that."

To learn more, visit: ibm.com/mainframe50/enginesofprogress

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