3 Ways Banks Can Improve The RFP ProcessMay 28, 2013In order to find the right technology -- and partners -- banks' requests for proposals must spur an open dialogue with potential vendors about their culture, strategy and future road map. Here are three approaches that work.
5 Critical Strategies for Mobile Banking SecurityJuly 20, 2012To the best of their ability, banks need to ensure that their services are available and secured within any mobile phone configuration. Because absolute security is nearly impossible to attain in the mobile world, banks’ back-end systems have to be p
In Channel Projects, Banks Look for Simpler SolutionsNovember 03, 2009In today's business environment, meeting customers' increasing service expectations is more important than ever. A comprehensive and seamless multichannel strategy -- one that includes the branch -- is critical for survival.
Banks -- and Their Core Systems -- in Survival ModeApril 07, 2009Amid an economic downturn that is only beginning to show signs of a bottom, banks are reexamining their core systems, with a priority on phasing in capabilities to cope with new realities around risk, regulation and customer retention.
Banks to Face Greater Scrutiny in 2009January 06, 2009As the new administration moves to stabilize the financial sector, IT will play a key role in enabling banks to provide the required transparency and accountability.
Risk and Customers Key Considerations in MergersNovember 20, 2008Forced unions, toxic assets and politics all raise the stakes for recent bank mergers. However, some basic M&A principles are as true for today's hastily arranged megamergers as they are for traditional acquisitions.