Jakarta - 16 March 2014 - Accenture has opened an Innovation Center for Financial Services in Jakarta, Indonesia to showcase leading digital and mobile-banking innovations designed to support strategic growth for banks and financial service providers in Indonesia. The new center in Jakarta is the latest addition to Accenture’s global network of Innovation Centers for Financial Services, which includes locations in Beijing, Bangalore, Chicago, and Sophia-Antipolis, France.
"Indonesia’s financial services companies understand they need to offer their customers the mobile and digital services they seek, and our new Innovation Center for Financial Services presents powerful solutions for doing so,” said Sushil Saluja, senior managing director of Accenture’s Financial Services group in Asia-Pacific. “The center demonstrates Accenture’s commitment to bringing the world’s best solutions to our clients in the region to help them offer the most robust and accessible financial services possible.”
A rapidly growing number of Indonesian consumers are connecting to the internet through mobile devices. This has created new opportunity for financial services providers to engage with their customers using digital tools. The Innovation Center showcases digital solutions that financial services organizations can use to tap into this growing market, including new unbanked market segments.
“This new center gives our clients a hands-on opportunity to experience some of the latest innovative solutions offered globally,” said Hendra Godjali, managing director of Accenture’s Financial Services group, Indonesia.
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