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SummaryIT services firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Wednesday said it has deployed its core banking solution at Panzhihua (PZH) Commercial Bank, making it the first Chinese city commercial bank to use TCS BaNCS solution.

IT services firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Wednesday said it has deployed its core banking solution at Panzhihua (PZH) Commercial Bank, making it the first Chinese city commercial bank to use TCS BaNCS solution. TCS, however, did not reveal the size of the deal. “PZH is the first city commercial bank in China to use the TCS BaNCS solution. The Bank selected TCS BaNCS based on the solution’s highly successful implementation track record, especially in the Chinese market, and an in-depth domain expertise,” TCS said.

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