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PKO BP opts for innovation and digitisation

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About our client 

PKO BP is the largest universal bank in Poland and a joint-stock company that has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2004. In 2018, this institution became the 845th in the Forbes Global 2000, a ranking for the largest companies in the world.

 

Needs
  • adapt innovative technologies,
  • digitally transform the institution,
  • focus on being eco-friendly,
  • find an intuitive e-signature platform.
Solution

PKO BP Bank, along with Alior Bank and BNP Paribas Bank, invested in Autenti and supports the development of our platform and a Polish e-signature standard used to sign documents online.


"The idea of digitisation is inscribed in our strategy and our DNA. For many years, we have developed our online channels and mobile applications. It seems to us that signing documents on paper deviates from global trends and, most importantly, from what our customers need. The Autenti solution perfectly fits into our digital transformation strategy, which we have been building for many years. We are looking for innovative solutions which can be included in the value chain of our products so that we can offer them to our customers" says Grzegorz Pawlicki, Director of the Innovation Office of PKO Bank Polski.





The Autenti solution perfectly fits into our digital transformation strategy, which we have been building for many years. We are looking for innovative solutions which can be included in the value chain of our products so that we can offer them to our customers"
Grzegorz Pawlicki, Director of the Innovation Office of PKO Bank Polski