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Last updated: 14 Apr, 2017  

Indian Bank Expands its Reach in Social Media

NewsVoir | 13 Apr, 2017
In line with our vision to be at the forefront of technology, Indian Bank launches its Facebook page.

The Bank just launched its official page on Facebook with an aim to leverage existing Social Media platforms to provide a better banking experience for its customers. This will also create an engagement and brand awareness amongst its existing customers. Indian Bank now has a presence on Facebook, Twitter & YouTube.
Speaking on this occasion, Mr. Kishor Kharat, MD & CEO, Indian Bank said, “We, at Indian Bank, have always strived to be at the forefront of specialised banking by taking fundamental steps, oriented towards customer preferences. Through social media, hence, we aim at establishing a robust channel of communication with our consumers and public at large and integrating the interactions to create holistic banking solutions.”


About Indian Bank

Indian Bank is a century-old, premier public sector bank, having a wide presence pan-India. It has rapidly aligned itself to the changing digital landscape in banking and today, offers products and services across a plethora of technology-enabled initiatives like Mobile App, POS Machine, Mobile Wallet, Prepaid Card, QR Code (Scan & Pay), Green PIN, e-Lounge, UPI App, etc. The bank registered a profit of Rs. 373 crores for the quarter ended December, 2016. 

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