Your copy of Bank Systems & Technology's latest digital issue is now available for free download. Packed with success stories and best practices, this special digital issue of Bank Systems & Technology examines how organizations of all sizes are implementing new core banking systems to gain flexibility and agility and build a foundation for growth.
The first of four all-digital editions that Bank Systems & Technology will be producing in 2010, this issue features exclusive content not available anywhere else. And as promised, starting with this first issue in 2010, our digital editions feature an interactive, user-friendly experience in a convenient downloadable format.
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In This Issue:
- Core Agility. The need to meet consumers' real-time service demands, and to adapt quickly as those expectations change, is driving many banks to finally replace their aging legacy platforms with modern, flexible core systems.
- Modern Thinking. Our panel of experts examines the factors that can make or break a core banking system replacement.
- Live in 60 Minutes. New core system transforms Vietnam-based bank into an agile institution built for expansion.
3 Reasons Now Is the Right Time for a Core Systems Transformation
Q&A with Ken Casey, EVP of Major Initiatives for ATB Financial
Look for These Exclusive, All-Digital Editions of Bank Systems & Technology in 2010:
JUNEThe Future of Cloud Computing: Is it time for banks to move their operations to the cloud? What do banks need to know about the benefits and risks of cloud computing?
JULYA Strategic Approach to Outsourcing: Outsourcing as a strategic way to enhance intellectual capital and improve speed to market is gaining traction. But what are the limits?
SEPTEMBERThe New Era of Data Management: Risk management, regulatory compliance, lending, product development and fraud prevention are just a few of the core business capabilities that depend on effective data management.
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