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
Temenos has claimed its ﬁrst win in years for the Temenos Corebanking (TCB) mainframe system, which is targeted at tier one retail institutions. The bank in question is Banco de la Nación, a state-owned bank in Peru.
Bank Albilad in Saudi Arabia is deploying the Treasury Management System (TMS) from Italian vendor, Trasset. The bank's treasury functionality was previously covered by its core banking system, Temenos' T24.
Mambu has expanded its footprint in Africa with two clients live with its cloud-based core banking system and a third nearing launch date. Meanwhile, the vendor has also bagged its first customer in China, Opportunity International.
Vietnam's central bank and regulator has made a decision on its new core system and supplier. Local integrator, FPT Information System, which bid with Temenos' T24, has been awarded the $8.84 million contract funded by the World Bank.
Diasoft has onboarded the first microfinance customer in Russia for its Flextera core system. A payday lender, Bistrodengi, is implementing Flextera Loans. The microfinance market in Russia is growing fast, providing ample opportunities for technology suppliers.
ING Direct Australia has completed the migration of its back office IT set-up to a private cloud, claiming to be the first bank in Australia to do so. The roll-out is a continuation of ING Direct's 'Bank in a Box' programme, which provides a fully virtualised and configurable version of the bank.