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Nedbank mobile banking on the cards

Nedbank Namibia’s main branch on Dr. Frans Indongo Street. Following its disruptive previous system switch, the bank has now seamlessly migrated to an Oracle platform.

Nedbank Namibia recently launched a brand new operating platform, Flexcube, with a great measure of success opening the door for its clients to use their mobile devices for banking purposes in the near future.

“Our new banking system will also allow the bank to introduce innovative product offerings, including unrivalled mobile banking capabilities very soon,” the bank said in a statement announcing the implementation of its new operating system. The automated teller machines and point-of-sale devices are fully operational, which underscored the intensive preparatory work before switching over to the new system.
“The migration during the course of the past weekend follows more than 12 months of meticulous planning and extensive work behind the scene to ensure a smooth transition from the former to the new, technologically-advanced operating platform. This diligence paid off as our branches countrywide are fully operational in terms of taking deposits, clearing and settling payment files with other parties, dealing decisively with client queries in-branch and expending with our business in the usual proficient manner,” Nedbank said.
“The highest priority is currently being devoted, both at our Head Office in Namibia and our Nedbank Group Technology partners in South Africa, at sorting out challenges related to our electronic banking log-on processes. We have every confidence that this will be sorted out soonest in keeping with our service promise to our clients.”
“Flexcube by Oracle is regarded as one of the very best operating systems available globally at the moment and provides the bank with greater flexibility to enhance our client value propositions and product offerings.”

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