BS&T caught up with Adam Bennet, executive general manager, enterprise transformation at National Australia Bank about its conversion to Oracle’s core platform to learn about the next steps of the conversion and the capabilities already being enabled by the new platform.
By CeCe Morken, Intuit Financial Services | April 21, 2013
The greater flexibility provided by API technology means banks can quickly provide the kind of product customization and experience customers expect. This depends on open infrastructures and data feeds.
By Rob McConnell, SQS Software Quality Systems | April 18, 2013
As banks struggle to deal with the emergence and convergence of cloud, social, mobile and big data, some banks are improving software and application development and management by centralizing their testing of new software solutions.
Although legacy systems replacement is a major undertaking for any bank, the global banking industry could regain a significant proportion of the profitability lost during the financial crisis by adopting modern core systems.
Bank Systems & Technology got an early exclusive look at a report to be released tomorrow by Celent that highlights the difficulties many financial institutions are facing in moving towards a data-driven business model.
Marcia Wakeman, partner, and Chia-Hsin Chung, managing principal, of financial services IT consultancy Capco discuss trends they are seeing in core systems replacement efforts and the best practices to consider when undertaking a core transformation effort.