In continuing efforts to support its IT transformation to better serve customers, Myanmar’s leading bank, Ayeyardwady Bank (AYA Bank), is partnering with VMware Inc, a cloud infrastructure and business mobility company.
Together with NEX4 ICT Solutions, the deployment focuses on virtualisation of AYA Bank’s datacentre and network infrastructure, thereby enabling agility, flexibility and scalability to better serve Myanmar’s growing digital economy.
“To better serve our customers in today’s digital age, we are glad to partner with VMware in enhancing our ability to provide faster and more reliable services across our 124 branch offices in Myanmar. In a highly competitive industry where prompt and good customer service is critical, we saw IT as the driver in supporting our business, enhancing our customer service delivery, business productivity while ensuring security,” said AYA Bank managing director Phyo Aung.
Since its formation in 2011, AYA Bank has always prioritised its customers, with a strong belief in technology’s role in ensuring long term sustainable growth of service delivery for its customers and community at large.
From banking, trading to payment services, AYA Bank’s employees across the country create and manage high amounts of data ranging from customer information, financial records and more daily. With increasing growth in business, AYA Bank needed the ability to provision the necessary support to manage the rising data volumes at a cost-effective and efficient manner.
“VMware is extremely thrilled to work with industry leading bank, AYA Bank, on its IT transformation journey to better serve their customers in Myanmar. From cost savings, driving growth to faster delivery of customer service, AYA Bank understands the value of virtualisation in today’s liquid world,” said Ron Goh, vice president and general manager, ASEAN, VMware.
“Agility and efficiency enabled the company fulfil its vision and commitment towards customers and community, enabling the bank to further establish its market leadership in a highly competitive industry,” he added.