BPER choses Meniga to offer an enriched Digital Banking Solution

BPER choses Meniga to offer an enriched Digital Banking Solution
12.07.2018 01:11 pm

BPER choses Meniga to offer an enriched Digital Banking Solution

Banking

Italian banking group, BPER, has contracted Meniga, the global leader in white-label digital banking solutions, to build its next generation digital banking experience solution. BPER has been working on modernising and increasing efficiency across operations and the enrichment of the digital banking with PFM (Personal Financial Management) solution for customers is central to this.  

Recently, BPER launched Smart Mobile My Money, a standalone mobile application, and the new version of the online banking Smart Web, allowing customers to manage their finances as part of their online digital solution. Meniga’s digital banking products will be used to create meaningful engagement between the bank and its customers with the below enabling users to: 

·            Better understand their finances.

·            Keep spending budget under control with features such as categorising transactions.

·            See clear budget overview.

·            Track monthly spending with Facebook-like activity feed.

·            Understand patterns with monthly and weekly reports.

Diego Rossi, Head of Everyday Bank and Omar Campana, Head of IT Department from BPER together with PFM BPER team (Mauro Gagliardi, IT Project Owner; Mariavittoria Bruno, Product Owner, and Giovanni Ranzolin, Program Manager) commented: “We are delighted to work with Meniga to improve our digital solution effectiveness and engagement. Customers are increasingly looking for solutions that allow them to financially plan for the future. We are pleased to have identified a partner that can provide them with best in class software.”

Georg Ludviksson, CEO and Co-Founder of Meniga added: “Banks need to be bold in today’s competitive and fast paced digital era. With a multitude of fintech companies looking to exploit the PSD2 legislation to launch new services[1], banks need to move fast to develop user-friendly solutions that allow them to compete and stay close to their customers. Our partnership with BPER highlights our mission to help financial institutions world-wide utilize data to build a truly personal user experience and drive customer engagement.”

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