Backbase said that agility was key to this project’s success, a key tenant of Backbase’s digital transformation method/Shutterstockby Kudakwashe Muzoriwa
The National Bank of Iraq has completed upgrading its digital capabilities using the Backbase Digital-First Banking Platform, which offered the lender the ability to scale and adapt to the industry’s evolving needs.
Backbase also helped develop technical expertise for the bank’s teams on agile best practises, allowing them to better serve their customers and capitalise on the platform’s capabilities.
In a statement, Backbase said that agility was key to this project’s success, a key tenant of Backbase’s digital transformation method.
Ayman Abu Duhaim, the CEO of the National Bank of Iraq, “It wasn’t just about the platform, but we equally wanted a platform that enables us to continue adding value to our customers in a seamless manner.”
The Backbase Digital-First Banking Platform powers seamless customer experiences, unifying data and functionality from core banking systems and innovative fintech partners.