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Banking technology news from across the globe
First Bank in the US has migrated to an outsourced version of the i2Core solution from Texas-based banking software provider, IBT.
The largest bank in Uruguay must have a new core banking solution in place by the end of 2016. It is working with IBM to implement the Bantotal offering from local supplier DL&A to replace a legacy solution from Unisys.
The Belize Bank Limited (BBL) is the first taker of Misys' newly rebranded Fusionbanking Essence core offering. It is thought the vendor beat D+H Corporation to the deal.
India-based Nucleus Software has launched a new version of its FinnOne lending platform, claiming a Java-based service oriented architecture (SOA), database independence and new modules. There are two pilot takers in India of the new version, called FinnOne Neo.
In a project spanning Lebanon, Jordan and Cyprus, Société Générale de Banque au Liban (SGBL) has signed a deal to implement the T24 core banking solution from Temenos. The implementation will be carried out by Temenos rather than a third party.
Mentors International is in the process of standardising its operations with Mambu's cloud-based core banking system across five locations.