El Salvador's BFA Tenders Banking System

The Agricultural Development Bank (BFA in Spanish) is inviting bids for the implementation of a Banking Information System (CORE BANKING).

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

The bank currently has a portfolio of 148,000 customers, with an average volume of about 23.300 daily transactions.
What is required is the implementation of a Banking Information System (Core Banking) with the following modules:

1. Customers
2. Accounting and Budget
3. Catchment
4. Counters and Platform
5. Internet Banking
6. Credit Management
7. Issuance
8. Guarantees
9. Debit Card
10. Investments
11. International
12. Deposit and Guarantees

Interested companies have until December 5, 2012 to submit their proposals.

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