The International Development Bank buys more than 300 advanced ATMs from CBM
The International Development Bank and CBM, a leading information technology (IT) company, have signed a partnership agreement for state-of-the-art ATMs and automated teller machines.
The agreement aims to develop the payment service for customers and advanced solutions for self-service banking for the International Development Bank, where a contract was made to purchase and support more than 300 advanced ATMs to advance banking services to a global level in performance.
An official source in the bank confirmed that the agreement comes with the aim of adopting the best technology and global solutions that advance banking services to the world and deploying the largest number of ATMs throughout Iraq to cover electronic card services, and the bank continues to make continuous and advanced investments in the field of banking technology, where CBM will provide the company The first in the field of technology, with long-term support at a global level and high quality, in line with the bank’s plans to provide an international level service that achieves customer satisfaction and with the latest ATM technology supported by high-level technical skills.
CBM is also a distributor for Diebold Nixdorf, one of the most important providers of ATMs and professional IT solutions in Lebanon, the Middle East and Africa. link
Source: Dinar Recaps
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