Banca Transilvania, the first Romanian bank to be listed on the Bucharest stock exchange, is to implement CityNet Reconciliation for Cash and ATM across its Romanian operations. The modules will reconcile the bank's nostro accounts, ATM network transactions, and card transactions. CityNet Reconciliation for Cash and ATM modules offer tangible operational benefits to the bank as it progresses from a reconciliation process that was not previously automated.
City Networks was selected by Banca Transilvania after a market evaluation conducted by the bank showed that City Networks' technology had the best fit for its bespoke needs to reconcile ATM network transactions. The automation of the bank's manual and spreadsheet aided reconciliation process will enable its staff to focus increasingly on the important task of exception processing. The deployment of CityNet Reconciliation for Cash and ATM will bring with it increased accuracy for Banca Transilvania and an ability to identify errors immediately.
Having announced numerous clients in Eastern Europe City Networks is placing significant emphasis on development in the region. Nicolae Ploata, Vice President at Banca Transilvania commented: "Banca Transilvania is committed to investing in leading technology. The decision to implement the CityNet Reconciliation for Cash and ATM modules as an integral part of our reconciliation process is attributed to product reliability and performance."
Nick Russen, UK and Europe MD at City Networks added: "Data integrity provides a significant operational advantage for institutions such as Banca Transilvania. We view the region as a growth area for City Networks and it is a significant success for us to be working with Banca Transilvania to reduce the element of risk in its reconciliation transactions."