Temenos Best-in-Class in Aite’s Matrix Evaluation: US Digital Banking Engagement, Core Banking Providers 2021.
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New Economist Intelligence Unit Report: Branching Out – Can Banks Move From City Centers to Digital Ecosystems
Branch-based banking will be “dead” within five years. That’s according to a new report by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Download the report today to find out more invaluable insights on the future of the banking industry.
In order to succeed in open banking, incumbent banks running on legacy-based architectures need to digitally transform by acquiring critical new technology capabilities, enabled by partnerships with innovative banking software…
Cloud computing and artificial intelligence are transforming the customer experience, leading to a defining moment for the financial institutions who are quick to embrace them. Developing economies like Vietnam has…
AI is changing the face of the banking industry. How can banks meet the governance challenges and take advantage of this game-changing technology?
Before the Coronavirus crisis, retail, corporate and private banks were already under pressure from Big Tech firms and Payment players. They needed to transform their technologies and cultures to create engaging digital experiences. With the effects of the pandemic, the need for transformation is now even greater.
Aite Group ranks Temenos ‘best in class’ for the rich functionality, cloud and Explainable AI capabilities of its fund administration software
The Philippines has a very forward looking government, keen to see an increase in the net wealth of a large, young and tech savvy population. A growing middle class with increasing levels of disposable income and a financial industry battling regulatory complexity, thin margins and with limited funds to allocate to new initiatives. This scenario must surely be piquing interest levels amongst the regions many fin-tech providers therefore the domestic banks will need to act fast and decisively if they wish to fend off competition and place themselves at the forefront of this emerging opportunity.
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), on behalf of Temenos, surveyed 405 global banking executives on the changes they see taking place in their industry to 2020 and 2025, their organizational response, and the longer-term impact on their strategic development.
To develop a full understanding of the qualities that will propel wealth managers successfully into the future, one must start with the client — high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) and mass-affluent investors, both of whom bring to the table a tech-forward attitude and the will to grow their assets.
Temenos and Forbes Insights surveyed 310 wealth managers (WMs) and high-net-worth individual investors across the globe about their acceptance and use of digital wealth technology including AI in wealth management.