In a bid to provide top-notch service to its customers and demonstrate the best of innovative solutions through self-service banking, Access bank Plc has launched AccessX that it termed an experience centre.
The bank explained that the experience centre is a one-stop technology hub where its customers are taken on a digital tour spanning from Artificial intelligence to Robotics, and Smart data.
The financial institution said the centre is related to digital channels and a place to demonstrate the best of its innovative solutions through self-service banking.
Speaking on this, the bank’s Executive Director, Retail Banking, Victor Etuokwu, said: “AccessX is an additional touchpoint to back up our customers.
“It is recognition of the fact that 90 per ent of our transactions are engagement with the customers is digital and so those require support from us in some forms either on their cards, mobile apps or internet banking are given.
“As we are setting up this experience centre across the country would enable them to have a point of contact where they can get support, find out what is new on digital and get speedy service that is outside of the traditional branches.
“The traditional branches do have their place, they have something to support with but AccessX centre is 100 per cent digital support.”
Providing details on other digital services that customers can benefit from the AccesX centre, Daniel Akumabor, the Chief Technology Officer – Channels, said: “There are a lot of concepts and services we can afford customers and that does not mean that this is an exclusive place where we do all that.
“Customers coming in here can do a lot of things. They can resolve challenges, complaints, enquiries or requests across our digital channels.
“When they say digital channels, that stands for when there is a card, USSD, internet banking, mobile app are paramount for cooperate customers.
“And as a bank, we are very innovative, we have a lot of our own solutions to the internet market and we have things like face field, swift pages and merchant enquiries solution for our customers.
“As we roll out all those digital channels, we are able to them satisfied. This also gives opportunities for the customers to have full digital experience in channels we are all aware of and also it helps us get feedback to improve our channels and see the way the customers interact with our channels.”
And when asked about how accessible it is for customers anywhere, Akumabor said: “Customers from any part of the world can reach excellent centres and get things resolved for them.
“Here is the difference, we know that our customers like to do things digitally and if they go to any of our branches for complaints, there would always be some things that they will need to refer to service engineer at the bank’s office and tell the customers something like this would be resolved in the next few hours.
“The reason they do that is they would refer the matter to somebody else who is going to work on it but when you walk in here that is not going to happen because the tech skits can do it on the spot.”