As the CHRO for a banking technology company, I’m fortunate to see first-hand how technology is shaping the future of banking and the new and exciting career opportunities it is opening up for women in tech.
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Leading South Africa Microfinance Institution, Barko Goes Live on Temenos SaaS in Under 6 Months to Deliver Finance Faster
With Temenos technology Barko Financial Services is helping 1.5 million South Africans access finance fast, in less than 4½ minutes, without visiting a branch
With Temenos’ end-to-end digital platform, BlueShore will provide personalized and differentiated services to help clients achieve their financial goals
Powered by Temenos Infinity, Suez Canal Bank to reimagine the digital customer experience for its retail, corporate and Islamic banking services
Temenos and Canadian Western Bank Break the Boundaries of SME Banking with an Explainable AI Digital Banking Solution
Temenos Virtual COO offers open banking-driven data aggregation with real-time insights for SME owners to take control of their business growth, ultimately enabling smarter funding
Temenos technology supports Bank of Khyber’s strategic objectives to increase market share and drive sustainable growth by optimizing its banking operations and reducing operational costs
Arab Investment Bank selects Temenos Infinity to offer differentiated digital customer experience and grow digital customer base
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.
In a new research report sponsored by Temenos, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) analyzed over 10 million personal finance conversations in order to better understand consumer preferences around retail banking