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BAC Credomatic opens 3 digital-focused branches in Central America

BAC Credomatic, a subsidiary of Colombia's Grupo Aval Acciones y Valores SA, opened new branches with a focus on digitalization in Guatemala, Costa Rica and Honduras, La República reported.

The financial firm, which incorporates innovative technology in its digital platforms, has opened three such branches in Central America, according to the report.

The branches will offer services including digital tables and stations that will cater to specific client needs.

The Costa Rican branch, meanwhile, will launch two applications, namely Lazarillo and Lingvo, that will cater to blind and hearing-impaired people, respectively.

The financial group plans to open another 10 such branches in the region by 2020.