Bank of Korea Uses D-Cerno for Better Meetings

The Bank of Korea, the central bank of South Korea, selected D-Cerno to facilitate its meetings

Background

Established in 1950, the central bank is the issuer of the national currency, the South Korean won. Headquartered in South Korea's capital Seoul, the Bank of Korea plays a pivotal role in the country's monetary policy.

In order to make its meetings even more productive and to get all participants on the same wavelength, the Bank of Korea opted for a D-Cerno system. D-Cerno's ease of use ensures a meeting is up and running in no time, without any hassle. It guarantees an environment where participants can focus on making decisions without worrying about the technology.

    Details

    • Country: South-Korea
    • Date: 2016
    • Partners: Televic Korea