Nations Trust Bank recognized for its digital capabilities with 8 awards at the first FITIS Digital Excellence Awards 2021


Nations Trust Bank affirmed its leadership in digital banking, winning 8 awards led by a Money Across the “Digital Organization” category and one Gold award each in the Connected product and Workforce empowerment subcategories, at the inauguration of the FITIS Digital Excellence Awards & Conclave 2021. Of the 34 awards presented that evening, Nations Trust Bank won the most bank awards at the gala event , held at the Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo.

The Digital Excellence Awards recognized the achievements of organizations that have successfully planned and executed the digital transformation through the migration of companies from Industry 3.0 to 4.0. The highest level of transparency and impartiality was maintained throughout the evaluation process, with each nomination being reviewed and validated using a multi-level process and evaluated by a panel of independent, local and independent judges. international, comprised of industry thought leaders, veterans and academics.

Priyantha Talwatte, Managing Director, Nations Trust Bank talked about the importance of the price. “We are honored to be recognized on such a platform, sharing space with so many organizations that are revolutionizing the digital space. It is encouraging to see this recognition of our digital capabilities which are aligned with the realization of our vision. As a bank with a vision – to help people and businesses achieve their goals and aspirations by delivering financial services and information in a sustainable manner – we are happy to see our vision come to fruition in the digital space and our contribution to the creation of platforms. We would like to thank our staff and our valued customers who supported us in the co-creation of these value creation platforms.

The strong digital ecosystem of the Nations Trust Bank has achieved victories as Nations Alpha by Nations Trust Bank received the Merit Award for the group Digitized transaction category, while ensuring Bronze for customer-centric process automation and an award of merit for an agile operation. The Silver award for the ecosystem of connected partners has been secured by FriMi, with the revolutionary features of FriMi which also shine in the category of digitized products and services with the digital mobile wallet pick up a Gold for connected product and one Money for digital marketing strategy, in the Digital Customer Experience category. The continued efforts of the Nations Trust Bank to create digitally ready human capital to provide the best future services to clients and partners were validated with the Gold Medal for Workforce Empowerment. Together, the awards have set the Nations Trust Bank apart with a Money for Digital organization, setting the industry benchmark.

“Nations Trust Bank got into digitalization early on because our data-driven insights showed the evolution of the banking industry. The Digital Excellence Awards we won are a real validation of the digital strategy and digital transformation at all levels at Nations Trust Bank. We have created a digital ecosystem with robust products and services, to meet current and future demands. We have a workforce that is digitally ready, technologically savvy and able to adapt to new products and processes as we strategize for the future as a truly digital organization. noted Randil Boteju, Senior Vice President of Digital Banking and Sales at Nations Trust Bank talk about victory.

The award categories and selection criteria for the FITIS Digital Excellence Awards are aligned to reflect today’s most critical business transformation areas and the framework was developed by modeling the standard digital transformation assessment framework of industry. The goal of digital transformation is the creation of an exponential organization (ExO) where digital technology becomes the backbone of the organization to deliver innovative products and services, new operational capabilities, a digitized customer experience and new organizational techniques.

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