India-based cooperative lender Dombivli Nagari Sahakari (DNS) Bank has implemented IBM PureFlex System, to boost mobile banking services in the country and slash operational costs by 10%.
Offered in collaboration with business partner Brisk Infovision, the IBM technology solution is based on PureFlex and including System x, storage and WebSphere.
Designed to run on four operating environments such as Windows, Linux, AIX, and IBM i operating system, the PureSystems eliminate the complexities of enterprise IT and encourages modernization.
The new IT platform will consolidate the lender’s hardware, cloud capabilities, network management and virtualization requirements, claims the technology provider.
DNS Bank IT head Milind Varerkar said that the security, flexibility and integration capabilities offered by PureFlex has allowed the bank to quickly deliver the mobile services across cities and remote areas of Maharashtra.
Serving as an alternative to current enterprise computing models, IBM PureSystems enables organizations to create and manage an IT infrastructure more efficiently.
Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Dombivli, Maharashtra, DNS Bank serves over 500,000 customers and manages a branch network of 37 offices.