SLEMAN-Amid the intense competition in the banking business world, Bank Jateng has managed to show its performance. In the awarding event held by Economic Review magazine, Bank Jateng won four awards.
The first is the Indonesia Leaders Award II-2019 for the 2019 overall category of CEO of the Year given to Supriyatno, Director of Bank Jateng. Other awards were the 2019 Indonesia Operational Excellent Award in book III sector bank BPD, Indonesia IT Award II-2019, and Indonesia Banking Award VIII-2019 The Best Bank category of BPD.
The awarding ceremony was held at the Prambanan Temple complex in Sleman on Friday (6/12) night, continued the next day at the Borobudur Temple Witarka Hall specifically for the APBI award. Met after receiving the award at Prambanan, Friday (6/12).
Director of Bank Jateng Supriyatno revealed, this achievement was the result of the hard work of all employees.
“Bank Jateng deserves and deserves this award,” said the official who is familiarly called Nano.
On the other hand, he asked the ranks of his employees to continue to develop strategies in maintaining performance. Moreover, this award is the result of public evaluation based on objective standards.
“We will face even greater challenges in the banking sector. This is a challenge and an opportunity to change quickly both in terms of HR and technology, “he said.
Highlighting the development of information technology so rapidly, according to Nano, things that need to be considered are not only hardware or software facilities but also speed of access.
To support technology, in the future Bank Jateng will strengthen its digital system, one of which is through a mobile banking application, which this year has begun to be introduced to customers.
Regarding technology, Nano also claimed to feel fortunate because the bank he led was supported by many millennial employees. “The current generation can be a source of innovation,” he said.
The contribution of this millennial worker was also part of the subject matter of the Indonesian Telecommunications Independent Commissioner Marsudi Wahyu Kisworo when he became the keynote speech at the event. Marsudi said, there are at least three challenges faced by CEOs today, namely disruption, organizational data completeness, and the presence of millennial employees who tend to have different characters from their predecessors.