March IBS Journal out now!
Featuring a round-up of the banking tech space, the IBS Sales League Table results, important acquisitions, new signings, project go-lives and failures & the latest gossip. PNC Financial Services goes into great detail about its enterprise-wide transformation plans, plus read a case study on client onboarding software based on the experience of Investec Switzerland.
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IBS Sales League Table 2015 out now
The wait is over! The IBS Sales League Table results are unveiled and analysed. providing a comprehensive assessment of which banks have been buying which systems across the globe during the last year, spanning universal, retail, corporate, lending, wealth management and treasury/capital markets.
Russian vendors Sales League Table
Who was netting the business in the past year and who has made the turn for the worst in the Russian core banking software market? IBS charts the activity of the main players, featuring BIS, CFT, Diasoft, Inversia, Programbank and R-Style Softlab.
US core banking system market analysis
Is the US banking market finally waking up to the uncomfortable reality of the lack of choice among local providers, as just a handful of big players dominate the market? Perhaps the time has come to look outside the US borders.
New - IBS Intelligence White Papers
Our first series of white papers feature Avaloq, Sopra Banking Software, TCS Financial Solutions and Temenos. The papers include a write-up of each vendor, its system, evolution, strategy, functionality, technology, user experiences and product roadmap, plus an extensive user list. Further series will be released soon.
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Banking technology news from across the globe
What are the hot topics at this year’s Oracle Industry Connect? IBS Journal editor, Tanya Andreasyan, reports from Washington.
Debub Global Bank, a new player in Ethiopia's banking market, has implemented Oracle FSS's core banking system, Flexcube, to support its 'anywhere any branch strategy'. The bank is known to have been looking for a couple of years, but has finally made its choice and completed the project. BFSI Software Consulting assisted with the implementation.
Having considered a possible sale, mobile payments provider, Monitise, has decided to continue under its own steam. The u-turn follows a strategic review and comes despite expressions of interest from potential buyers.
FirstOntario Credit Union, a credit union with 29 branches and around 100,000 members across Ontario, has embarked on a core software modernisation, with Temenos' solutions at the heart of the transformation. On the way out is Fiserv's Signature, which the credit union describes as 'outdated' and not strategic for the Canadian market.
Switzerland-based core banking software vendor, Finnova, is eyeing the APAC markets for international expansion, targeting the retail and private banking sectors. Meanwhile, in its domestic market, it is growing its business process outsourcing (BPO) presence.
It is understood that the 6000+ staff Finacle business of Infosys is to be merged with another subsidiary of the vendor, Edgeverve. This is a much smaller operation, that was set up by Infosys in 2014 to focus on 'pay as you use' cloud-based solutions and services to multiple industries, including financial services.