BNI and Bank Sumut Partners in Orange Synergy Program

- 11 August 2022 15:04 WIB
Deputy President Director of BNI Adi Sulistyowati and President Director of Bank Sumut Rahmat Fadillah Pohan. (Photo/BNI)
Deputy President Director of BNI Adi Sulistyowati and President Director of Bank Sumut Rahmat Fadillah Pohan. (Photo/BNI)

JAKARTADAILY.ID – PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk or BNI and PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Sumatera Utara or Bank Sumut are collaborating to hold the Orange Synergy program. This collaboration includes the use of products, services, channels and capabilities between BNI and Bank Sumut.

"Of course we welcome this collaboration. This is in line with the spirit of BNI Go Productive where BNI wants to play a proactive role in accelerating the national economic recovery through various synergies. We also hope that Bank Sumut can provide maximum service to customers," said BNI Deputy President Director Adi Sulistyowati after the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding at the BNI Pejompongan Tower, Jakarta, Wednesday night, August 10, 2022.

Through the Orange Synergy collaboration project, Bank Sumut and BNI are committed to building strategic collaborations as outlined in various banking service development initiatives that benefit both parties and stakeholders.

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With this collaboration, Bank Sumut can expand and diversify of banking products and services. Likewise, BNI can expand services related to payment of regional taxes and levies in North Sumatra through ATM Channels, Mobile Banking, Agencies, and BNI Outlets.

"There are many opportunities for cooperation between BNI and Bank Sumut. We will also expand cooperation opportunities like this with several other regional banks,” said Adi Sulistyowati, who is familiarly called Susi.

Susi also added that BNI, which listed on the Indonesian stock exchange with the stock code BBNI, has optimal capabilities in developing the Smart City, which is based on digital services. This collaboration can assist in local government governance so that it will provide optimum public services.

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One of the smart cities developed by BNI is building a Smart Government, which enables integrated financial management support, so that local tax revenues can be maximized.

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Editor: Suksmajati Kumara

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