End-to-End Commercial & Corporate Banking Customer Journeys
Temenos Infinity creates outstanding customer experiences across acquisition, origination, omnichannel client services, marketing, and retention, independent of the core banking system in place.
Eliminate Paper-Based Processes
Drastically cut the time and costs to onboard corporate customers by digitizing paper-based processes. Digital onboarding reduces errors, revisions, and pended applications. Digital entitlements, critical for Corporate clients, speed the process and increase security and privacy.
Speed KYC & AML Data Capture
Reduce client friction and the back-office process by digitizing critical compliance data capture, choosing from over 40 FinTech integrations. Cut weeks from the corporate client onboarding to increase customer satisfaction.
Cut Time to Market
Make complex corporate onboarding journeys a reality in months, not years. Respond now to customer demand, ahead of the competition. Then continuously add features and improvements based on customer input and analytics, without making changes to the core.
Temenos Transact – New Technology Driving New Possibilities in Product Capabilities and Personalization
Digitization requires flexible and personalised product manufacturing capabilities across all banking sectors. In this session we will showcase the new Enterprise Product and Pricing Hub, and will show how the retail credit facility capabilities of Temenos Transact enable banks to create new, personalised and flexible products for the retail banking sector.
This webinar from Finextra will explore the growing focus on improving user experience for small business and corporate customers.
Temenos Transact – Cloud-native, cloud-agnostic, API first and AI-Enabled
Temenos and Codat join forces to deliver seamless integration between banks and the accounting packages used by their small business customers
Two regulations govern notices when a lender takes adverse action on an application for credit: the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) implemented by Regulation V, and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) implemented by Regulation B.