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ACLEDA to roll out internet banking

ACLEDA to roll out internet banking

ACLEDA Bank is investing $3 million to launch internet banking services in September as the number of internet users rises.

ACLEDA vice-president So Phonnary told the Post yesterday the bank would buy an internet-banking suite from technology firm Aurionpro.

According to an Aurionpro press release, ACLEDA’s services will including fund transfers and the ability to check account statements.

Phonnary said the investment would allow the bank to extend services beyond  products such as ACLEDA’s Unity, which customers can access via phones.

“We want our clients to have more services [so] they can operate from wherever and whenever,” he said.

According to a report by the Ministry of Post and Telecommunication, the number of internet users in Cambodia hit 1.7 million in 2011 and 2.7 million by the end of 2012.

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