Wednesday, February 13, 2008

QNB revamps website and adds unique Internet banking services

The new corporate website was designed to be more than client friendly and user centric. The new layout and designing is closer to the bank's corporate personal identity incorporating its elements into every aspect of the website. The revamped website will also give more than room to show window the approaching merchandises and services of the bank, while allowing clients to use for products, and easily interact with the bank. The new website is also available in Arabic Language language. In addition, the up-to-the-minute sweetenings of the cyberspace banking service 'EAZYinternet', QNB is now offering online services that additional stresses the bank's vision of designing services to suit customers' lifestyles. Customers now can open up and pull off deposits, personalise their electronic mail statements (EAZYstatement), position elaborate recognition card and check statements, and much more. The new sweetenings supply more than security to clients by providing samariums alarms to maintain the client aware of any dealing on EAZYinternet. This is the 2nd major sweetening that QNB establishes within 6 months, in an attempt to supply insurance premium and convenient self-service channels to customers. EAZYinternet is portion of the EAZYLife services that includes in improver to EAZYinternet; EAZYSMS, EAZYATM, EAZYStatement, mobile subdivisions and EAZYphone (the 24x7x365 Customer Care Center). These are all self-service channels driven by the same client centric philosophy; a focusing on what counts in life. QNB have been selected more than than once as the best cyberspace depository financial institution in the Center East for its eBanking services and innovations. These awardings autumn in line with the uninterrupted accomplishments the depository fiscal institution have made in the financial and banking sector in the Center East. Invention being the bank's strongest forte, the depository financial institution have kept abreast of the up-to-the-minute developments in engineering and harnessed it to supply human race social class installations to its customers.

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