Temenos Workbench enables banks to adapt their core banking functionality in a much more productive, efficient and riskfree manner. It does so by providing intuitive graphical tools for configuring all types of changes, by working with files that can be tracked and versioned, and by supporting automation and best-practices in DevOps.
Temenos Workbench has been designed for all user types, with guided web-based tooling to adapt software in a matter of a few clicks, without the need for advanced technical expertise, getting changes to market faster.
Single Entry Tool
Temenos Workbench supports the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and DevOps capabilities to configure Temenos Transact modules with easy-to-use, intuitive and consistent tooling. It provides an embedded packaging facility to promote changes from your development environment all the way up to production.
End-to-end change management deployed to your choice of cloud or on-premise.
All configurations can be performed on the web, in the cloud, reducing your implementation costs, and making easy it to find resources to implement your business features, while still ensuring a high standard of quality in all your changes.
Provide a repeatable process without manual actions, to deploy changes boosting the time to market without human error, in the critical process of deployments.
Lower Customer Attrition
Better Net Promoter Score
Temenos front-to-back software-as-a-service will help Croí Laighean to close the technology gap with the big banks to attract a new generation of members and drive growth
Temenos and IBSI’s white paper, Modernizing Banks in Europe Technology Trends and Challenges for Small and Mid-sized Banks, points out that with revenue slowing down, the emphasis is now, more than ever, on cost efficiency, better risk management, and building a resource-light digital platform for servicing customers.
Now more than ever, financial organizations are under pressure to adapt and innovate as they face the evolving demands of the modern consumer and increasing disruption from rapidly emerging technologies.