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There is no escaping the lack of activity in the core banking software market in 2013, despite signs of a recent global economic pick-up. Other research firms may be 'predicting growth' or 'remaining bullish' with their copycat big leagues, waves, quadrants and hype cycles, but at IBS we don't have our head in the clouds and publish what is actually happening out there. It is not pretty, at least not… Read More
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US-based Eagle Asset Management is live with the Dimension back office investment management system from Simcorp. The vendor is continuing its push into the North American market and has made progress throughout 2013.
National Bank of Kenya (NBK) is implementing Oracle FSS's Flexcube Direct Banking to replace its legacy Misys internet banking application. Oracle's partner, India-based JMR Infotech, has taken ownership of the entire project.
Aequitas, a new Canadian stock exchange, is gearing up for a 2015 launch as it aims to take on the two main domestic venues, Toronto Stock Exchange (TMX) and Chi-x Canada. The exchange is now in the procurement stage as it looks to find technology partners to underpin its operations.
The National Savings and Credit Bank (Natsave) in Zambia hopes to tender for a new core banking solution, after an earlier procurement was halted. The winning technology will replace Neptune Software's Rubikon.
Neptune Software has bagged two new MFI clients for its microfinance solution, Orbit-R. These are Yehu Microfinance Trust in Kenya and Nigeria-based Safe Haven Microfinance.