Mbanq partnership establishes Temenos as the banking platform of choice for BaaS for all market participants, from e-Commerce brands to BaaS providers and Banks
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Why are so many large banks still struggling with BaaS? Find out the 8 key technology traits vital to surviving in the new world of embedded finance.
Temenos awards Vodeno, Red Hat, Capgemini, MCB Consulting and Formpipe for driving innovation and delivering customer success
Temenos Launches IMPACT Partner Program to Foster Open Collaboration and Innovation in the Financial Services Industry
Temenos adopts partner-first strategy to drive faster innovation, a broader reach into new markets and segments and faster adoption of its open platform for composable banking
Robin Amlôt of IBS Intelligence speaks to Kanika Hope, Chief Strategy Officer, Temenos, and author of a recent white paper entitled Open Banking and The Rise of Banking-as-a-Service.
Temenos, Vodeno and Aion Bank announce strategic collaboration to accelerate the adoption of Banking as a Service in Europe
Temenos and Vodeno to enable regulated and non-regulated entities to embed financial services into their customer journeys
In 1994, Bill Gates famously said the process of banking is necessary but banks themselves are not. Never has a phrase felt more probable following our latest Temenos report with…
Transformation Challenges The widespread uptake of disruptive new technologies is exacerbating the pressures facing retail banking today, thereby driving a fundamental change in the structure of the industry: the digital-driven…
Digital and Open Banking Drive Retail Banks to Transform The widespread uptake of disruptive new technologies is exacerbating the pressures facing retail banking today, thereby driving a fundamental change in…
Banks to Move Online and Form Customer-Centric Digital Ecosystems Within Five Years, Finds Economist Intelligence Unit Report for Temenos
Almost two thirds (65%) of global banking executives believe that the branch-based model will be “dead” within five years, up from 35% four years ago