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Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank (SME D Bank) is one of Thailand’s six state-owned banks, with over THB 100 Billion (USD 3.3 Billion) in loans, 94 branches, 1500+ employees and 130+ IT staff. Its core activities consist of providing loans and other banking services to SMEs, which represent the main force of Thailand’s economy.
In line with “Thailand’s 4.0”, the 20-year National Strategic Plan initiated by the government, SME D Bank kicked off in 2016 the digitalization of its banking systems and operations with Huawei’s support. At that time, SME D Bank had 100,000 SMEs customers and aimed to increase this number to more than one million.
The project aimed to deploy the new digital core banking systems within a limited 18-month period, with the objective to increase significantly the number of the bank’s customers by 10-fold. The bank’s initial banking systems were based on Visual Basic (VB), with limited functions and capacities.
To reach this ambitious objective, it meant a complete overhaul of the bank’s core systems by developing a comprehensive digital strategy to enable and facilitate the forthcoming use of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Huawei’s strategic approach had to encompass all the bank’s activities, including:
To answer the needs of SME D Bank, Huawei proposed a two-fold solution:
 MVP for “Minimum Viable Product” is a development technique in which a new product is developed with sufficient features to satisfy early adopters. The final set of features is designed and developed after considering feedback from the product's initial users. TTM for “Time to Market”, referring to the length of time it takes from product conception to finalization