Veterans Bank teams up with ITC in deploying 100 units of ATMS nationwide
Intelligent Touch Corporation (ITC) today strengthened its relationship with Philippine Veterans Bank (PVB), with the latter leasing 100 units of ATMS to be deployed nationwide, to service its steadily increasing number of customers.
The commercial bank has been a long-time client of ITC, an established provider of ATM machines, software products, and services. Further extending the partnership, PVB most recently signed to lease the new GRG H22V Series—a multi-function dispenser machine with newly designed bulk cash dispenser and advanced/secure solution, with a reliable performance and outstanding serviceability of GRG’S cash dispenser.
The two companies signed a contract earlier this week at the Shangri-la Makati Hotel in Makati City.
“We are grateful to Philippine Veterans Bank for their continued trust and confidence in ITC and GRG Banking, for the implementation and upgrade of their switch and ATM machines,” said Roberto Yap, President and CEO of ITC.
Present during the contract signing and luncheon were Renato A. Claravall, President of Philippine Veterans Bank, as well as Adam Lee (GRG), General Manager of GRG Banking Equipment (HK) Co. Limited.
During the signing of contract, Mr. Yap reiterated ITC’S commitment to provide quality products and dependable after sales service.
ITC was formed in 2002 and is currently the only distributor of GRG ATM, Giesecke & Devrient, Infominds, and several other hardware and financial solutions in the Philippines.
ITC, with over 100 employees, not only comes to the table as vendors or suppliers, but also as partners who share its client’s vision of taking their products and services to a level of performance and quality comparable to the best in the global financial industry.
The company has so far delivered and implemented over 4,000 units of ATMS nationwide, making them one of the country’s strongest players in the industry. ITC also implements software applications such as cardless withdrawal, software management, and ATM switch.
Philippine Veterans Bank, on the other hand, is a commercial bank that currently has 60 branches in key cities and municipalities across the country. It has over 200,000 cardholders and over 4,000 ATMS nationwide.
As the increasingly demanding ATM market grows, Yap reiterated ITC’S commitment to continue to be a reliable partner for its clients as they face the challenges of an ever-changing landscape.
(Seated) L-R: SVP Camille Canullas, FVP Ma. Visitacion Gajitos, President of Veterans Renato Claravall, President of ITC Roberto Yap, Adam Lee (GRG), Maria Marichu Yap (Standing) L-R: Jocelyn Apora, Yasmine Anne Santos, Nestor Lacuesta, SVP Jose Noel Cadiena, FVP Miguel Angelo Villareal, Bobby Lee, Bruce Xi, Jose Epifanio Paras, Ethel Claire Consunji, Aileen Adlawan, Kristina Almazan