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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.
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Open Banking and The Rise of Banking-as-a-Service

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…
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Forrester Deals Survey 2021

The Forrester survey recognizes Temenos as the only Global Power Seller with a 20% increase in new named deals. This is the 15th time that Temenos has achieved Global Power Seller status.
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White Paper: The Digital Bank of Tomorrow

The Digital Bank of Tomorrow White Paper By 2030, there will be 4 billion banking customers in Asia-Pacific and 95% of them open accounts through online banking or mobile banking.…
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Temenos Engage Guide Book

The Temenos Engage platform humanizes banking in the digital age, not by layering one technology on another, but by leveraging real, live human beings. The unique “human digital banking” platform “Engage,” is a mobile app that essentially puts a banker in everyone’s pocket. Combining mobile technology with specially trained associates, the Engage platform allows all customers—regardless of their account balance—to choose their own personal financial expert.
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Open Banking: A shared opportunity

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.