BNP Paribas to implement new version of Comarch Corporate Banking system

BNP Paribas to implement new version of Comarch Corporate Banking system

Comarch has signed an agreement for the implementation and maintenance of the Comarch Corporate Banking system in BNP Paribas Polska.

Comarch Corporate Banking includes a rich set of banking products and services available for enterprises of different sizes via a single, multi-channel platform. The bank will simultaneously develop system access via a website, using a mobile application and web-based communication.

The new version of the Comarch Corporate Banking system operates in the cloud which enables its constant and fast development and means that it is constantly available and monitored in terms of security.

We are committed to a modern architecture based on microservices, enabling flexible management of individual elements of the system to take full advantage of cloud solutions,” says Łukasz Zieliński, Managing Director of the Corporate Banking IT Development Division at BNP Paribas Polska. “We also need engines supporting the processing of large data volumes with the needs of the largest corporations in mind. Basically, we want to build the most technologically advanced banking platform on the Polish market.”

“New, unique customer experience, ergonomics, plus system extension with self-service functions are the key goals of the project we have undertaken with Comarch,” adds Maciej Glapa, Managing Director of the Cash Management Division at BNP Paribas Polska. “Next year, we want to have the best online banking system on the Polish market, integrated with a mobile application and customer ERP systems based on web services.”

The system is also to be distinguished by its high comfort of use. “BNP wants to set trends also in terms of user experience,” emphasises Szymon Kopciuch, Project Manager of Comarch. An example is a new mobile application with a built-in token for operation authorisation.

“This is a demanding project, commissioned to us by BNP Paribas thanks to the trust we have gained working with the bank over the years,” indicates Piotr Kusek, Executive Sales Director at Comarch.

Some elements of the new system are to be available this year and a completely new ecosystem is set to go live in 2021.


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