Temenos offers three implementation strategies: Build & Renovate, Continuous Renovation and Big Bang depending on your business strategy.
Build & Renovate
Our Build & Renovate approach allows you to build a new front-to-back stack for one, ring-fenced business line with minimal legacy integration. Then renovate continuously based on continuous deployment technologies to migrate remaining business (i.e. customer segments, geographies, platforms, etc.) This reduces the complexity, time and risk of constructing many interfaces between old and new systems for use during implementation.
The Continous Renovation approach provides the sequential implementation of enterprise-wide capabilities (i.e. channels, front office, product bundling & pricing, etc.) in separate horizontal layers, each of which is independently deployable and upgradeable but requires integration between new capabilities and existing architecture.
As the name of this approach suggests, all functionality to support the entire bank’s scope is built in one step. The entire migration of business occurs at the end of the program.
330 successful deployments in 2019
1,287 successful deployments since 2011
3,000 clients in 150 countries
6000+ Temenos-skilled partner consultants
We have proven Services to guide you expertly through a safe, predictable and successful implementation to the highest standards.
Process Driven Methodology
Temenos uses a standardized and process-driven methodology stretching from Requirements and gap analysis through to migration cutover.
Common Approach Across Temenos & Partners
Temenos certified partners use the same approach, meaning that resources can be used from a variety of partners and in-house from Temenos or from the wider Temenos community.
Integrated with Temenos Continuous Deployment
Temenos Continuous Deployment is a DevOps service that can be used within the implementation approach to reduce overall cost and shorten the time taken to realize business benefits from the implementation.
On-Cloud & On-Premise
The Temenos approach works for both on-premise and for cloud-based implementations
Based on 1,000’s Temenos Go-Lives
The process approach has been derived from the best practices learned from thousands of system implementations.