Manila bank using Indonesian information technology
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Manila National Bank has begun to make use of Indonesia`s information technology by implementing core banking, support, banking delivery systems and middle ware solutions provided by PT Sigma Cipta Caraka (SCC) company, an SCC spokesman said.
Manila National Bank`s decision to make use of information technology provided by SCC indicated that the Indonesian company is already playing an important role in the regional market, SCC director Djarot Subiantoro said here Wednesday.
"Manila National Bank`s confidence in using the Sigma core system proves that Indonesia has high competition power in the regional market," he said.
SCC is a national private company providing technology solution services for the banking industry in Indonesia.
SCC and Manila National Bank on September 12 signed a memorandum of understanding in Manila on the project which also involved another Philippine company, namely QNX Solutions and world renowned information technology firm IBM.
Sigma solutions are already being used by more than 50 banking institutions and multi-finance agencies in Indonesia as well as by major companies in the telecommunication, manufacturing and distribution sectors. (*)