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North American banking executives are turning to digital technologies to modernize legacy systems and compete with non-traditional players, according to the report
Collaboration with Gprnt on technology solutions powering the future of sustainable finance
Temenos digital and core banking solution will enable the bank to provide innovative products faster to retail and corporate customers in Sudan and around the world
Ad hoc – Temenos Announces 25% Total Software Licensing Growth in Q3-23; ARR, EBIT and EPS Guidance Raised
GENEVA, Switzerland, October 24, 2023 –Temenos AG (SIX: TEMN), the banking software company, today reports its third quarter 2023 results.
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An Economist Impact study, commissioned by banking software provider, Temenos, surveyed North American bank executives to find out how investment strategies have evolved to meet the growing impact of technology in the industry.
Through this collaboration, Temenos and MAS aim to cooperate on technology solutions, explore data integration, and encourage product development to advance sustainable finance.
40% of banks see tech giants as their biggest competitors in the next five years as the next generation of customers prefer one-stop-shop solutions when purchasing online—the new battleground between banks and other non-financial companies entering the payments market, according to the latest Economist Impact report by Temenos.
At the Temenos Community Forum in Vienna earlier this year, Finextra interviewed Stewart Davies, Global SaaS commercial director at Temenos, and Mandeep Sidhu, global account manager GFS at AWS to discuss the event’s theme: ‘Engage and Grow in a Cloud World’.
We speak to Kalliopi Chioti who heads up marketing and ESG for Temenos and tells us why it’s so important for modern tech businesses to stay environmentally friendly. At the end of the day climate change is a financial risk and it affects everyone, says Chioti.
Blockchain is driving value for payments businesses and consumers across cryptocurrencies, CBDCs and stablecoin infrastructure