Temenos DataSource reduces the costs and risks connected with the management of a constantly growing volume of market and reference data that is able to adapt quickly to ever-changing regulations. DataSource is part of Temenos’ Wealth Management product but can also be deployed as a standalone solution. DataSource is built to generate your “Golden Copy”.
Built-in Data Adapters
Provides multiple built-in data adapters for import, export and reporting.
Scalable architecture for fast processing at high volumes complete with state of the art, cloud-ready technology including JEE, SOA/REST.
Proven implementation in complex environments with flexibility to adapt to regulatory changes.
Centralized auditing and monitoring.
Embedded with an easy to use a high-performance rules engine.
Flexible, self-service configurability of the data model, rules engine and user interface.
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Temenos Recognized as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™ for Digital Banking Processing Platforms for Corporate Banking
Temenos was named a leader among Digital Banking Processing Platform providers according to The Forrester Wave™: Digital Banking Processing Platforms (Corporate Banking), Q3 2020.
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The Temenos Value Benchmark – Maximizing Business Value From Your Investment in Information Technology
We all know that disruptive technologies like Cloud/SaaS, Microservices, APIs and AI are having a profound impact on the way banking services are delivered and consumed today. This is leading to the twin trends of digital and open banking, and hence changing the very structure of the banking value chain. Meanwhile, non-traditional entrants like the technology giants, neo-banks and fintechs, are leveraging these technologies to compete in banking, and that too with a cost base 30-60% lower than incumbent banks.