Lagos, July 2016: Skye Bank Plc, one of Nigeria’s leading commercial banks, has signed an agreement with Parkway Projects Limited, to deploy Parkway’s innovative business banking suite called Bank3D, to provide pleasant online banking experiences to its business and corporate customers.
A statement issued by the bank said the partnership enables Skye Bank’s corporate customers gain visibility and control over all bank accounts in Nigeria as well as their value chain of vendors, suppliers, dealers, customers and employees from a single shared industry platform.
Bank3D is a managed business banking hub with apps for large, mid-sized, small businesses and Government agencies; their customers, vendors & employees; offered in partnership with Nigerian banks.
The statement explained that Bank3D would enable businesses monitor their accounts, pay vendors/suppliers and employees, as well as receive payments from customers/dealers, generate/send out electronic invoices and generally perform business banking functions across all their bankers on the go.
“Parkway has consistently demonstrated thought leadership and expertise in building innovative financial technologies for the industry over the past decade. We are proud to be the first to be fully activated on Parkway’s PSSP licensed shared platform”, says Mr Akinwale Ojo, Group Head, E-channels, Skye Bank.
Ojo said the bank clearly sees the value proposition that Bank3D brings to the table for its esteemed corporate customers and strong potential the partnership portends.
In his remarks, the Chief Executive Officer, Parkway Projects, Mr. Uzo Eziukwu, said “the Bank3D service was developed in response to the increasing yearning of businesses & corporations in Nigeria for simple, integrated online banking solutions that connect the business to its bankers and value chain for seamless transaction banking on the go.”
He also added that the service will create strong drag in effect for SMEs across the industry resulting in empowerment, improved liquidity & access to finance for Nigerian SMEs.