Traditional, longstanding financial institutions operate within a landscape which now includes a rising class of online-first, Electronic Money Institutions. Read this e-book on technology foundations like SaaS, that are key for sustainable growth and quick time-to-market, all while juggling compliance.
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Open Banking can create groundbreaking shifts in banks’ business models, more innovation and better customer experience. But how quickly are changes taking hold? Where are banks’ focus areas? What role is regulation playing? And what impact has the Coronavirus pandemic had?
Temenos Recognized as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™ for Digital Banking Processing Platforms for Retail Banking
Temenos was named a leader among Digital Banking Processing Platform providers according to The Forrester Wave™: Digital Banking Processing Platforms (Retail Banking), Q3 2020.
Today, Temenos Transact is delivered as Temenos SaaS and can also be deployed natively on all main commercial cloud platforms or a private cloud, allowing banks to take the full benefit of lower operating costs and elastic scalability of these services, as well as benefiting from in-built operational resilience.
Malaysia’s decision to open doors to digital (or virtual) banks comes close on the heels of other countries in the Asia Pacific region.
It’s important that every financial institution creates a unique, achievable path to growth, based on its individual culture, technology, and customers. Download the ebook to identify which of four growth stages you are in and how to start your path forward today.
Open banking which is based on data sharing, is an unlikely short-lived trend and is gaining momentum in Asia Pacific. In this white paper, a joint venture by Microsoft, Linklaters and Accenture, explores the various drivers behind open banking in Asia Pacific, as well as the challenges financial institutions and regulators will have to address to ensure all participants can reap the benefits.
This short paper provides 7 lessons about what not to do, and conversely what best practice looks like, when building a digital bank.