By Nse Anthony-Uko
ABUJA, (Sundiata Finance) – Guaranty Trust Bank Plc, has launched a mobile banking app called GTWorld, designed to cater to all that’s important to customers easily and seamlessly.
Built on the back of the bank’s customer-centric digital strategy, GTWorld, available for download from the Google Playstore for Android phones and the Apple App Store for iPhone features biometric authentication, such as facial recognition and fingerprint, which recognises a customer and adapts to how and when they want to bank.
The mobile banking app also features a seamless switch to GAPS Lite, the online banking platform for small businesses which offers a flexible and secure channel to make payments and collections anywhere in the world.
With the rapid growth of Smartphone penetration in Nigeria, there has been a steady increase in the adoption of mobile banking solutions. Smartphone users are however very conscious about the security and efficiency and convenience of such applications and on those three fronts, the GTWorld app excels remarkably.
The mobile banking App offers customers access to more than 90 percent of the bank’s services on their Smartphones, guarantees further security through biometric authentication and ensures convenience through the Quick feature, which enables a user to perform transactions without signing in, among others.
Commenting on the launch of GTWorld App, the managing director of Guaranty Trust Bank, Segun Agbaje, stated that “We are delighted to be at the forefront of digital banking solutions that are making banking faster, easier and safer for our customers.”
According to Agbaje, the simplicity of GTWorld and innovations such as facial recognition and fingerprint also ensure that customers enjoy a seamless experience, anywhere, anytime and anyhow they choose to bank.
Gtbank has consistently played a leading role in Africa’s banking industry and is regarded by industry watchers as one of the best run financial institutions across its subsidiary countries and serves as a role model within the financial services industry due to its bias for world class corporate governance standards, excellent services, quality and innovation.