Housing Finance Bank chooses Polaris' Intellect Core banking solution

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Housing Finance Bank chooses Polaris' Intellect Core banking solution

Polaris Financial Technology, a leading global financial technology company, has announced that Housing Finance Bank Limited, the leading mortgage lender with approximately 60% of all Ugandan mortgage accounts and the 9th largest commercial bank in Uganda, has chosen to deploy Polaris' Intellect Core Banking Solution (CBS) to support its current and future Business and IT requirements.

Polaris' Intellect product suite will be Housing Finance Bank's new core system, comprising Intellect CBS, LOS, Capital, Trade Finance, Treasury, Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Retail Internet Banking, and will support an extensive range of banking operations to meet market specific customer needs. As part of the overall deal Polaris will also deploy HRMS from Adrenalin, a Polaris group company, CRM from CRM Next and a document management solution from Intense Technologies.

With Polaris' Intellect, the bank would enjoy greater process efficiency and customer centricity, thereby helping diversify the delivery channels. Polaris will make available to the bank, a solution that runs on new technology with the aim of automating processes, faster time to market and timely and accurate management and regulatory reporting.

Nicholas John Okwir, Managing Director, Housing Finance Bank Limited, said: "Polaris was chosen due to its accurate responsiveness to the bank's user needs, along with built in futuristic features. With Polaris' Core Banking Solution, we will be able to automate business processes in order to enhance the competitiveness of the bank in the Ugandan market. The customers of the bank will benefit from better banking facilities from this automation, helping contribute more to the fast growing economy."

K Srinivasan, EVP & Geography Head, Indian Subcontinent, Middle East, and Africa (IMEA), Polaris Financial Technology Ltd., said: "This is a landmark deal for Polaris in the Ugandan market and we are delighted that Housing Finance Bank Limited chose Intellect CBS and allied suite of products after a thorough evaluation process vis-à-vis our competitors, as part of its initiative to capture new markets in the country. This deal reiterates strength of Polaris' portfolio of product and service offerings in addressing the needs of the market, and promptly at that. It establishes the growing acceptance of Intellect CBS as the cutting edge banking solution across the globe.”



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