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IndusInd Bank first to establish digitized branch at a metro station
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Oct 8, 2014
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For the first time a bank in India has successfully established it fully digitized branch at a metro station. Last week IndusInd bank has launched its full fledged digitized branch at IndusInd Cybercity Rapid Metro station, Gurgaon.

The digital branch is situated at the centre core of the cyber city hub offering all the banking facilities to the customers in a fully digitized way. The bank is having large number of tech- savvy customers which will now get the better banking services through this branch. The digital branch lobby also has a smart table with iPads on which customers can do a host of banking and non-banking transactions.

The branch will offer the entire gamut of services along with the digitized services. Through the branch the customer can open new savings account and access all the banking services regarding loan products, credit cards etc. With the launch of this branch the indusInd bank is having 15 branches and 63 ATMs in Gurgaon.


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