|AfrAsia Kingdom Zimbabwe upgrades system|
|Sunday, 08 July 2012 19:00|
AFRASIA Kingdom Zimbabwe has begun the implementation of a major system upgrade exercise that will see the group's core banking system being upgraded to Globus R10. In a statement to clients this week, AfrAsia Kingdom Zimbabwe Limited, which recently rebranded from Kingdom Financial Holdings Limited following the establishment of a partnership with the AfrAsia Bank Limited Group, extended appreciation to its valued clients for their patience when Kingdom Bank Limited temporarily closed all its branches last Saturday and all ATMs and Point of Sale machines were temporarily disconnected from June 30 to July 1 to allow for the system upgrade.
"All channels are now available and the system upgrade is an ongoing process till completion to provide world class service to its clients," said the statement.
Commenting on the new system implementation process, the group chief executive officer, Mrs Lynn Mukonoweshuro, said with the implementation of the more advanced Globus R10 system, the group was expected to deliver better service to its clients.
"Globus R10 is faster, user friendly and a definite notch up from our previous version. We therefore anticipate greater efficiency and better service delivery to our clients as soon as we complete the whole exercise," she said.
AfrAsia Kingdom Zimbabwe Limited distinguishes itself on the market with its core values which are communication, respect, integrity, learning, teamwork and excellence and its ability to pioneer new innovations in order to bring convenience to its clients.