Heritage Bank Plc says it has launched a robust innovative and advanced digital banking application, called ‘Octiplus’.
The bank said in a statement on Tuesday, “Octiplus is a bank-agnostic, all-in-one digital banking application, which grants users access to a bouquet of financial, lifestyle and social networking features, with the added convenience of converging card-based payments within one application irrespective of the issuing Nigerian bank.
“This state-of-the-art transactional and lifestyle application stands out in the industry, exposing customers to unique features, which guarantee users access to relevant financial management tools that facilitate an improved spend and savings culture while affording users to a borderless transactional experience.”
According to the statement, it is a mobile banking app developed and owned by the bank, and configured with a wide range of features to meet the needs of the banking public.
The Divisional Head Innovation, Heritage Bank, Ikenna Imo, said, “Octiplus promises an intelligent Omni-channel experience, which augments the usual transactional features including bills payment, funds transfer and airtime recharge with its unique ability to facilitate person-to-person/group interactions, which encourage small businesses and a thriving side hustle for young professionals.”
According to him, the app is now available for download on the Google and iOS App stores.
The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Ifie Sekibo, said, “Heritage Bank is a technology-driven institution with vast knowledge as a service organisation in the business of banking, and with the introduction of Octiplus, it is indicative that we are driven by the passion to ensure that your financial, business and lifestyle objectives are delivered in a convenient and interactive manner.
With Octiplus, we are set to redefine the concept of digital banking for the discerning mobile user, as the app is equipped with several exciting features that reiterate the bank’s commitment to expand its digital architecture and modernise its interactions with the banking public, irrespective of your preferred financial institution.”