Veter­ans Bank teams up with ITC in de­ploy­ing 100 units of ATMS na­tion­wide

Philippine Daily Inquirer - - NEWS - Ken­neth M. del Rosario

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

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