Let all the on-paper work fly, with SAFE taking locker application forms digitally.
With a centralized execution of locker management, SAFE provides easy management of customer data.
That’s easy too.. with SAFE. Rent collection and tracking arrears go a long way when it comes to digital tracking.
Closing lockers and customer accounts can become tiresome when done manually, with heaps of forms to fill.
Lockers are classified based on locker status, collection and arrear details. SAFE's auto STP scheduler feature collect lockers rent and sends SMS alerts to follow-up arrear customers. The graphical display of locker status can be viewed branch wise, divisional wise and corporate office wise. SAFE also provides an option to check customer profile and locker details.
Make a request for lockers online.
Check locker status and choose locker size based on requirement. Break open notice period and charges are checked. ‘Rent Collections’ can be scheduled & automated from a centralized system.
Yes. Any existing software can be integrated with our product without losing any information during data migration.
Enhancing security around your service through a comprehensive solution can be a ‘unique selling proposition’ (USP) for your bank and other service providers.
SAFE maintains a centralized database of applicants. This enables visibility of data in the same platform through multiple branches. Duplication of data is thereby avoided.
SAFE controls the performance of your server with Straight Through Process (STP), which executes ‘Rent Collections’ based on ‘load capacity’ of your server without affecting other dependent and functional programs that might require processing speed/space.
When your bank has all locker operations digitized, this becomes a unique selling point when compared to competitors who are still using the traditional locker management system.
A centralized control provision helps schedule and automate operations from a single location to multiple branches. The business rules for this process can be defined for each branch, based on various factors.