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Temenos Offers Free Access to Learning Courses

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Carl Robertson – Chief Marketing Officer

There is no question that the global coronavirus situation is posing serious challenges and affecting all of us. As always, our first priority at Temenos is to support our employees, customers, and communities around the world.

We all see the world around us slowing down, however banking continues apace. Continuing to meet the financing needs of our communities in critical. At Temenos we feel a deep responsibility for our community, and we want to show every care and concern that we can. Our 8,000-strong team remains committed to our clients business and their success, and to providing continuity of service at all times.

We also want to put our technology to best use. As one of several measures to help clients, we are opening access to Temenos Learning Community Online, our cloud-based digital learning platform, so all Temenos customers can access it for free.

We are doing this to ensure our clients get the most out of our products during this challenging period and make a real difference to their customers. We have seen clients make great use of TLC Online to broaden their team’s expertise in Temenos systems. As more people will work remotely or might have more available time; TLC Online courses can be used to increase team’s knowledge and ability to use Temenos’ rich functionality, as well as upskill team members.

We offer free access to over 400 courses, for all Temenos software products – from digital to core banking, to financial crime and analytics. We have also opened up access to sandboxes that allow banking practitioners to experience and test our latest technology innovations from their own homes.

To access TLC Online for free please click here.

We are opening our learning portal until the end of June 2020 and the access is valid for 8 weeks.

We hope you find this an invaluable resource. As always Temenos is committed to standing as your technology partner and working together in the days ahead.

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