UMM And BCA Held A Digitalization of Banking World Guest Lecture

Author : Humas | Saturday, February 24, 2018 09:08 WIB
DEALING WITH the digital era, it is important to provide students with understanding of digitalization in the business world, considering the students' role is the agent of change. It underlies that University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) cooperated with Bank Central Asia (BCA) held a guest lecture entitled 'Digitalization of Banking in the Era of Digital Transformation', Thursday (22/02). A total of 450 Finance and Banking study program students' attended the 4th floor of Lecture Building (GKB) Hall. In addition to guest lecture, the event was also a signing MoU and inauguration of GKB 4 Hall located on the 9th floor.
UMM Rector, Fauzan, in his speech said that the effects appeared in the digital era are a bunch particularly in the field of business. The existence of taxi online is one of the real examples of indispensable digitalization effects.
"Even food can be ordered via online. Therefore, guest lecture is important for students," said Fauzan.
Filling the next series of events, BCA Vice President Director, Armand W. Hartono, delivered material related to Digitalization in Banking. In his presentation, Armand described the actions of banking companies in the digital era was begun in the 2000s. Starting from the year, many changes have been happening so fast.
"Inevitably, it's all digital and we cannot miss it," said Armand.
At the end of the presentation, Armand advised the students that in dealing with the various ages, intelligence, persistence, and courage are the main thing that must be owned to build a better future of Indonesia.
"Especially the youth must be persistent, because the future are handed by you," said Armand motivated participants.
Lively, this event was also attended by UMM Vice Rector II, Nazarudin Malik, as well as UMM deans. The end of the event was done door prizes for participants, namely two motorcycles, three mountain bikes, and other entertainment prizes. At the end of the event, students had the opportunity to visit BCA booths that offered opening accounts with a more affordable balance. (ard)


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