BOC disposes Rs. 174 Bn, through ATM/CDM/CRM network during Avurudu season
Bank of Ceylon yet again set a record during Avurudu Season with over Rs. 174 Billion worth transactions taking place in BOC’s very own CDM, CRM and ATM terminals. This record is a testimonial to customer’s faith kept on the Bank’s ATM/CDM/CRM network, to provide them the best in class 24-hour operative convenient banking services.
Having a fully operational ATM/CDM/CRM network with over 1450 machines, at the time of writing, covering the entire country, BOC has provided customers utmost convenience and easy access to cash for their immediate cash requirements during Avurudu season. The Bank has installed over 159 Cash Deposit Machines (CDMs) and 622 Cash Recycling Machines (CRMs) apart from 676 ATMs covering every strategic point throughout the country enabling BOC customers to deposit money into their accounts on real time 24 hours a day. Transactions made on the network were recorded from April 1 to 17 2023 which was over 7.5 million number of transactions worth Rs.174.316 Bn respectively.
“The bank considers it as a privilege to have assisted all its customers during this avurudu season to have conveniently fulfilled their immediate cash requirements through its massive ATM/CDM/CRM network spread across the country throughout,” stated the Deputy General Manager Branch Operations Priyal Silva.
The BOC ATM/CDM/CRM network of more than 1,450 machines covers every hotspot in the country and this has led to the increase in usage of these service points among the general public.
The Bank is currently in the process of expanding its digital customer touch points strategically.
All ATM, CDM and CRM transactions are instantly updated and customers can immediately check their balances either through B-APP smart phone application or through Smart Passbook mobile application.
Unlike many CDMs which require money to be fed into the machine note by note or be inserted into an envelope, BOC’s own machines allow customers to place a total bundle of 200 notes in a mix of any denomination in a single transaction.