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Temenos Transact Data Hub offers unmatched capability to power faster and more contextual experiences for customers and rapid innovation with AI-driven digital banking applications
Temenos wins 2020 IDC FinTech Rankings Real Results Awards for implementation of PPP at Atlantic Union Bank
Atlantic Union Bank approved more than 11,600 applications totaling $1.65billion of small business funds as part of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
Chile’s BCI selects Temenos core banking, payments and digital front-office technology to launch a new corporate bank in Peru in record time
WeLab Bank designed, built and launched using cloud-native Temenos Transact in less than 10 months
Temenos Announces Strong Growth in Recurring Revenue up 16% and SaaS ACV Growth of 108%. Underlying sequential improvement in Q3 expected to continue in Q4; a number of Transact license deals converted to SaaS in the quarter.
FlowBank Selects Temenos SaaS to Rapidly Launch Swiss Digital Bank and Reinvent Online Investor Experience
Temenos’ SaaS technology will allow FlowBank to scale to create a hyper-efficient cost model and offer online trading and banking services at competitive rates
Jordan Ahli Bank goes live with Temenos Infinity to create new digital customer experiences and support instant onboarding
Flowe, the environmentally-friendly Italian challenger bank, went live in just 5 months with Temenos Transact, core banking and AI-powered Financial Crime Mitigation, delivered as SaaS
The Middle East’s Leading Digital Wallet Selects Temenos to Rapidly Achieve Exponential Growth and Expand Digital Payments Portfolio
STCPay selects cloud-native, cloud-agnostic Temenos Payments and Temenos Transact to power innovation in digital payments and grow its customer base to 6 million by 2021
Temenos Names Roger Klantschi EVP of Delivery for the Americas to drive customer business value and success
Roger will be leading Services and Support for North America and Latin America & Caribbean, with a focus on building customer value and success in the region
GENEVA, Switzerland – September 28, 2020 – Temenos (SIX: TEMN), the banking software company, today publishes its 2020 Interim Report.
Using Temenos cloud-native, API-first, advanced AI technology, these financial institutions have achieved business growth, customer growth and most importantly society growth
The addition of essDOCS’ CargoDocs solution onto Temenos MarketPlace brings digitization of trade & documentary finance processes, including legal transfer and presentation of electronic title documents.
Temenos Infinity combines mobile carrier information with identity verification services, instant account verification and core integration to deliver a newly onboarded customer in 90 seconds
By expanding its relationship with Temenos, BlueShore Financial leverages Temenos core banking to increase speed, scalability and agility
Temenos partners with Alibaba Cloud to offer financial institutions scalability, performance, resilience and innovation
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Business banking hasn’t always been flashy or innovative. But with the help from some industry friends, financial institutions today are looking to improve the experience for both small businesses and larger corporates.
Varo Bank, which became the first U.S. fintech to earn a national banking license when the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) awarded it a charter last month, will soon move operations to the Temenos cloud banking platform.
The latest survey on AI from Microsoft and EY found that an unsurprising “65% of organisations in Europe expect AI to have a high or a very high impact on the core business.”
According to a recent survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), for Temenos, only cyber security will be a bigger primary focus for technology investment than AI in the next few years.
During the second half of the twentieth century, Artificial Intelligence (AI) was an idea that only featured in science fiction movies. Such films often depicted a future dystopia where humanity struggles at the whim of advancing technology.
Varo, which launched in 2015, provides no-fee checking and savings accounts with no overdraft fees through its mobile application. It received a national banking charter from the US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) in August.