Dubbed "Project Duma" it is aimed at upgrading the existing system into a modern, integrated technology to facilitate efficiency and flexibility in operations. It will also help provide dynamic product innovation.
Speaking at the bank's headquarters in
Muriuki said the end user training will be in July while data migation will be concluded in September with system going live in October.
"Our customers can look forward to good times as we gear up to deliver more efficiency, flexibility and new exciting business solutions for them,"said Muriuki.
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