New banking software to spur Crane Bank services

Thursday November 14 2013

By Daily Monitor correspondent

Kampala- Crane Bank, in partnership with Technology Associates (TA) has launched the first universal banking software system which will provide a much more user friendly experience for customers.

The new system will use bio-metric identification which in effect will do away with signatures when one wants to access their accounts.

TA is the company that facilitated the acquisition for Crane Bank and is among the largest indigenous IT systems integrator in East & Central Africa by revenue volume, number of employees and the breadth of the technology solutions we deploy.

The company has positioned business impacting Information Technology solutions to over a 1000 corporate companies for the past 17 years.

The TA Group, is the largest installer of self-service products and payment Card solutions for banks in Sub Sahara Africa, with installations at over 42 banks in 17 countries in Africa.

Speaking at the launch, TA Group chairperson Girisch M Nair said Crane Bank will achieve remarkable growth with the new technology.


“Today marks an important occasion where we are, yet again, at the forefront in assisting Crane Bank make a landmark decision in implementing the Temenos T24 universal banking system, which is East Africa’s number one, Africa’s number one and globally the number one banking software company,” he said.

“We congratulate the bank in this decision and wish them yet another decade of stupendous growth, empowered by this fabulous technology platform.” he said.
According to the managing director, the bank intends to expand the new software system to Rwanda.