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Fiserv, De Surinaamsche Bank Expand Relationship

Fiserv, the financial services technology solutions company, announced Thursday (Jan. 19) that De Surinaamsche Bank (DSB), the largest commercial bank in Suriname, has extended and expanded its relationship with the company.

In a press release, Fiserv said DBS will implement Digital Access from Fiserv so that it can enable online and mobile banking for retail and commercial customers. The bank is also upgrading to the latest version of its signature core banking platform. DSB chose to expand its relationship with Fiserv as a way to create a more flexible banking environment that gives it a single view of the customer so that it can quickly and effectively respond to the needs of corporate and retail customers.

“We chose to expand our relationship with Fiserv and enhance our digital offering to keep pace with changing client needs and enable the bank to grow. Our retail banking clients will now have access to the latest mobile banking technology, and our corporate clients will have access to a digital banking service designed specifically for corporate use,” said Sigmund Proeve, CEO of De Surinaamsche Bank, in the press release. “The new technology upgrades also will help create efficiencies and save resources on daily tasks for our staff.”

According to Fiserv, Digital Access provides a multichannel, readily deployable service that provides a digital banking platform delivered on any device.

“DSB is listening to its customers and taking steps to enable them to manage their finances when and where they want. The bank’s investments provide multichannel services that make life easier for its customers,” said René Salazar, managing director, Latin America, Caribbean and Canada, Fiserv, in the same press release. “As a longstanding client, DSB has seen the value Fiserv brings with proven innovation, scalability and the ability to serve their needs as a financial institution.”

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