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4 more SBT branches get ISO

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Four more branches of State Bank of Travancore have received the ISO 9001:2000 recognition, a spokesman of the Public Relations Department said here on Wednesday.

The four new recipients of the certification were SSI (Small Scale Industry sector) branches at Thiruvananthapuram, Thrissur and Alappuzha, and the non-resident Indian branch at Attingal. The NRI branches at Ernakulam and Tiruvalla, the SSI branch at Kottayam, the commercial branch at Chennai, the Foreign Exchange Department at Ernakulam and the Credit Department at the headquarters in Thiruvananthapuram already carry the quality certification.

The bank has achieved 100 per cent computerisation and is aiming to achieve ISO certification for more branches, the spokesman said.

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