Kam Chana, Senior Digital Strategist, Temenos outlines how we can help the SME sector become more relevant by using the data from Open Banking and AI to make banking human again.
Tony Coleman, Cloud Technology Director, Temenos, speaking at Sibos 2019 said: “To really bring the end-to-end user journey together you need to use Explainable AI, bringing information from the Temenos Data Lake, and use its big data capabilities – all wrapped in a great user experience.”
Adam Gable, Product Director, Financial Crime, Treasury & Risk, Temenos speaking at Sibos 2019 said: “Today we announced the release of the Temenos Peer Group Identifier, an AI-powered financial profiling tool to assist banks in improving their customer experiences by focusing their financial crime detection efforts on the highest risk transactions.” Look out for a longer interview with Adam, explaining the technology in detail, on this site soon.
Hani Hagras, Chief Science Officer, Temenos, speaking at Sibos 2019, introduces our unique, patented Explainable Artificial Intelligence – a benefit for both the customer and the business.
Christopher Harrold, Temenos USA, speaking at Sibos 2019, said: “Building out the API eco-system is a huge investment for Temenos, but it makes it easier for partners and providers to work with us.” A full version of this video will appear on this website soon.
Melanie Hill, Head of Marketing Europe, Temenos, speaking at Sibos 2019 said: “The Temenos stand is 100% zero waste cradle-to-grave. Every part of it will be re-purposed, re-used and in the case of the tables and chairs are Ocean-waste plastic collected and repurposed into furniture. This is the only 100% re-cycled stand at Sibos 2019.”
Michael Menzel, Google Cloud, Germany speaking at Sibos 2019 on how Google intends to allow its customers to run their own machine learning models in a variety of ways. They can choose to do this either on-premises, in their data centers or in the Google Cloud for smooth, seamless integration.
“Life is what happens when we are trying to bank,” says Darryl Proctor, Product Director, Temenos Infinity. He thinks that banking has to more in sync with people’s lives.
Girish Pai, VP Banking & Financial Services, Cogizant, speaking at Sibos 2019 said: “The evolution of hyper-connected eco-systems will be critical for banks to participate and stay relevant. The ability to harness data using AI and ML will be decisive.”
Praveena Rai, Chief Operating Officer, National Payments Corporation of India speaking at Sibos 2019 said: “Our mission is to have a payments system for every person in the country. We have two innovative payments systems UPI and RuPay so the user has choice – and that is what we are most excited about.”
Shrey Rastogi, Senior Payments Strategy, Temenos, Speaking at Sibos 2019 said: “The future of banking is likely to be a connected marketplace and agile payments solutions will be part of the glue that holds it all in place, enabling a frictionless payment experience with data and services as value-adds.”
Claus Richter, P27 Nordic Payment Platform Denmark speaking at Sibos 2019 about the increasing pressure on the financial institutions to be more flexible and agile about their future product offerings.
Bola Rotibi, Research Director, Software Development, CCS Insight at Sibos 2019 said: “In this new digital economy a lot of the key dynamics are about getting to market solutions that make sense to the customer. Temenos, as a hub provider between the banks and the developers, has a very important role to play.”
Steve Scott, Senior Product Manager, Temenos, speaking at Sibos 2019 said: “The ability to add value to the corporate and banking environments through analytics and Explainable AI (XAI) are key topics this week. Using XAI is the key to rolling out smart, trustworthy decisions.”
Sujatha Venkatraman, product director Payments, Temenos talks about ISO 20022, the new global payments messaging standard and its significant business benefits for banks.
Sujatha Venkatraman, product director Payments, Temenos comments on the new SWIFT GPI payments which can be affected and confirmed in real-time, allowing banks to provide instant liquidity forecasts to corporates.