The quick response codes have been added to make it easier to log in with Corporate Internet Banking.
Yapı Kredi Corporate Internet Banking has now announced that it is using QR codes to help to enhance the customer experience when using its banking services, which now involves the use of the favorite devices of the majority of its customers.
These barcodes are quick and easy to scan to gain access to a user-friendly interface with enhanced functions.
Yapı Kredi is now counting itself among many cutting edge companies that are choosing to use QR codes to improve their customer experience in one way or another, be that to complete a login process or to finish a payment transaction using a mobile wallet. The company recently issued a press release in which Assistant General Manager for the company, Yakup Dogan said that “We added the login with QR code feature, a first in the banking sector, to our renewed corporate internet banking. Our customers will be able to login to our corporate Internet banking more easily and quickly with this new application.”
In order to implement the QR codes, Yapı Kredi partnered up with digital data security firm, KOBIL.
The result has been a digital customer banking experience that is unique in Turkey. The idea was to make it easier for customers to be able to securely log in without having to rely on a single password but without having to go through a number of tedious stages to access account features and information.
At the same time, the company pointed out that its transactions on the corporate website have been increased to 800. The idea is to make it possible for corporate internet banking customers to be able to more conveniently make a larger number of transactions. In order to enhance that overall experience, the site also now features an expanded menu through a redesigned corporate internet banking website design.
Dogan explained that this new layout and the use of QR codes will make it possible for customers to complete any transaction they want on the website “with a single click.”