Coimbatore, Dec 2
Three officers of State Bank of India, Local Head Office, Chennai circle, took out a bike rally to mark the second anniversary of SBI’s digital platform ‘YONO’.
SBI launched the YONO app, the bank’s digital platform on 24 November, 2017 and it has completed two years. To mark the second anniversary of the same, the bank has organized a bike rally by its officers to create awareness about the YONO app among its customers.
The officers Suresh, Srinivasan and Mukundan have been touring on bikes covering Chennai, Trichy, Madurai, Coimbatore and Salem modules for a distance of 1600 kms. The officers will be explaining the salient features of the YONO app on their way. Mr Vinay M Tonse, Chief General Manager, Chennai circle, General Mangers Sherley Thomas and Shankar have flagged off the bike rally on 28.11.2019.
The Riders team reached the Zonal office of the bank in Coimbatore yesterday (01.12.2019) afternoon. The officers in the Coimbatore Zonal office have accorded them a warm reception. After reaching Coimbatore, the Riders are proceeding to Ooty and then to Salem before winding up at Chennai on 04.12.2019. The one of the aims of the bike rally was to create awareness about easy withdrawal of cash without using ATM Cards.
Also about Pre Approved Personal Loans, i.e., availing Personal loans without visiting the branches, YONO KRISHI, i.e., availing Agricultural Gold Loans through the YONO App. Speaking on the occasion, Mr.AGK.Sathyaprakash, Deputy General Manager, SBI, Coimbatore zone, said: “To withdraw cash, what all the customers have to do is to log on to the YONO app and request cash.
A reference number has to be created by the user and the user also will get OTP by SMS and this reference number and OTP should be entered at the ATM. Click on the YONO icon at the ATM, enter, OTP, your amount and PIN number to withdraw your cash.”
Along with DGM Mr AGK. Sathyaprakash, Regional Managers Joseph Christy, Balasubramanian, Chief Manager (Digital) L.Rajan and other officers were present in the function.
Earlier, officers and employees of the bank numbering 50, joined the bike rally. The rallyists carried flags with the logo of the YONO app on their bikes.