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HCL Tech, Manchester United launch app

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

IT major HCL Technologies today said the newly-launched Manchester United official app has been powered by its digital experience platform.

"This app will allow our 659 million Manchester United followers to easily connect to the club they love, wherever they are in the world.

"Fans will now have the opportunity to follow all Manchester United matches through the app with up-to-the-second notifications and updates," Manchester United's Group Managing Director Richard Arnold said in a statement.

It is part of the ongoing digital transformation of the club to provide a real-time, engaging, personalised and unified experience to Manchester United's global followers.

"Our partnership with Manchester United has been one of continuous co-innovation. We are excited to help Manchester United achieve this important milestone and look forward to many years of continued success," HCL Technologies' Corporate Vice President, Ashish Gupta said.

************ Sarvatra Technologies on-boards Sevalia Urban Co-operative Bank

on NFS platform


Sarvatra Technologies, a banking solutions provider, today said it has on-boarded 'Sevalia Urban Co-operative Bank' as the 450th co-operative bank on National Financial Switch (NFS).

The company, in a statement, further said it aims to add another 50 plus co-operative banks by 2018-19 on NFS.

Over the span of few years, NFS ATM network has grown many folds, it added.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Fri, August 17 2018. 22:15 IST