Image makeover drive at District co-op banks
By Joseph Samson
Jan 25, 2013
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District Co-op, District Central Cooperative Bank (DCCB) is on an image makeover drive in Coimbatore.

DCCB, which has not added a single branch to its present network of 27 since 2005, now plans to open four new branches. The bank is also planning to give a facelift to some of the existing branches and to hook on to the Core Banking Solution (CBS) platform.

Mr. S Ramakrishnan, Special Officer of the DCCB, Coimbatore said that the new branches were proposed at Somanur, Edayarpalayam, Ganapathy and P N Pudur in Coimbatore and another four offices, including bank's main branch in Coimbatore and Tirupur is being renovated.

Besides giving a facelift to the interiors, eight branches of the DCCB are also expected to be hooked on to the CBS platform very soon.

"By end-February, we expect all the existing 27 branches of the DCCB to come under CBS. In the next phase, we will link the Primary Agricultural Credit Society with the DCCB," Mr. Ramakrishnan added.

The bank is also in the process of installing ATMs.

"This drive is to attract young customers," Mr. Ramakrishnan said and added that the DCCB was also targeting other financial services as well, both for increasing its revenue and coping with the present scenario.


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