Bank of Ceylon said yesterday it set a record during Avurudu day alone with 8.395 million transactions done worth over Rs. 119.4 billion within its own CDM/CRM and ATM network.
This record is a testimony to the faith that customers kept in the Bank’s ATM/CDM and CRM network, to provide them the best in class 24-hour operative convenient banking services.
Having a fully operational ATM/CDM/CRM network with over 1,361 machines covering strategic points across the entire country, BOC has provided customers utmost convenience and easy access to cash for their immediate cash requirements during Avurudu.
Taking the lead in the journey towards digitalisation with the aim of changing the banking and financial landscape, the Bank of Ceylon always encourages its customers and all non-customers to engage with the convenience of 24-hour enabled banking channels such as ATM/CDM/CRM network, online banking, mobile banking- BApp and QR scanning application – SmartPay.
Digital channels not only empower customers with the ability to carry out their banking needs whenever they want to, but also enable them to transact in safety during this pandemic situation. The bank is dedicated to driving the digital technology looking both at its customer convenience and serving the national interest of safety, saving costs associated with moving physical cash and enabling a seamless and efficient wealth circulation within the country.