11 February 2013

Nigeria: Enterprise Bank Partners Google

Enterprise Bank Limited has said it joined the league of global organisations and financial institutions that are currently listed on Google Maps.

Google Maps is a Google service offering powerful, user-friendly mapping technology and local business information - including business locations, contact information and driving directions.

By getting listed on this mapping platform which now features its branches, automated teller machines (ATMs), and point of sale (POS) machines' locations, the bank in a statement said, it had made it easier for stakeholders to access its services from anywhere in the world.

"This unique relationship between Enterprise Bank and Google has enabled the financial institution boost visibility and excellent service delivery to its numerous customers.

"This is yet another milestone in the bank's move to reposition the brand, products and services by providing excellent customer service to its existing and prospective customers in the years ahead," it added.

Also commenting on the development, Google Nigeria Country Manager, Juliet Ehimuan Chiazor said: "The goal of Google Maps is to make it easier for people across the world to locate places and businesses of interest. We are excited to see Enterprise Bank Limited and more Nigerian businesses using Google Places to get listed on maps.

"This makes it easier for Nigerians to find and engage with these businesses."

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