DSK Bank Turns to IBM Cloud to Improve Banking Experience for Customers
IBM press release ----- IBM (NYSE: IBM) and DSK Bank today announced that they have completed the migration of DSK's banking operations to IBM's datacenters as part of a long-term IT services agreement to manage the IBM Cloud infrastructure that supports bank's operations in Bulgaria. DSK has selected private cloud capabilities to transform its core banking platform and develop new services for its more than three-million individual and business clients. This is the latest example how cloud and traditional IT are converging in the enterprise and how financial institutions enable innovation by consuming IT in an “as-a-service” model. DSK Bank, founded in 1951 as the State Savings Bank, is the biggest Bulgarian bank in terms of assets and branches, and the bank of choice for almost all Bulgarian families. This project will support its objectives to serve equally well different generations and clients - from millennials demanding new mobile and Internet banking services, to small and big enterprises requiring flexibility, security and availability, and through the elderly generation who need to access bank's services even in the most remote locations. To get more in depth information click on the picture below to read the release.