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SBI Launches Online Customer Acquisition Solution

NewsVoir | 29 May, 2015

State Bank of India launched Online Customer Acquisition Solution (OCAS), an online platform to apply for Home Loans, Car Loans, Education Loans and Personal Loans. The application launched by Smt. Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairman, SBI will help the customers gauge their eligibility and get a quote personalized to their requirement.

The customer will instantly get an e-approval on filling the online form. Thereafter, the Bank officials will contact the customer and complete all the loan formalities. Customers can even upload all necessary documents online. This will help in empowering the customer and also reduce the processing time of their loan. A similar application will shortly also be launched on the mobile platform as well.

India is witnessing one of the highest growth rates of internet users and to cater to this segment SBI has customized this platform for an enhanced customer experience. For further information, please visit:

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d r reddy | Fri Feb 26 11:00:34 2016
Sir I applied online sbi personal loan vide application no mentioned above on 05/02 and requested for collect of documents but till now neither make a call nor leave a little mail so please lookinto the matter and do needful at the earliest ac no 20020079251 m no 9479264398

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