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TECHNISYS IS RECOGNIZED BY GARTNER AS AN EMERGING VENDOR OF DIGITAL BANKING TECHNOLOGY
In the report Gartner Market Guide for Open Unified Digital Banking Platforms, published by Gartner in March 2016, research director Stessa Cohen mentions Technisys as one of the main global vendors of open, unified digital banking platforms.
In this market guide, Technisys is included in the ‘emerging digital banking vendor’ category. Vendors in this category are able to support delivery to many endpoints, including bank-owned channels, customer-owned devices and third-party channels or devices, such as social network sites.
Additionally, in a detailed classification of the different providers from all categories, Technisys is shown as one of the most comprehensive ones in terms of the types of customers or customer-facing staff supported by the platforms. “Emerging digital banking platform technologies are key to the success of banks’ digital initiatives. These initiatives are critical for their business”, says Stessa Cohen. To get access to this document, click here (Gartner clients only, please contact us if you are not authorized).
In November 2015, Gartner published another investigation by Stessa Cohen, where she examines new trends and business models that will define the banking sector in 2016. The report, titled Predicts 2016: Digital Banking Initiatives Will Fail Without Strategic Investments in Emerging Technologies, provides banks’ CIOs with tools to evaluate and prioritize their digital investments.
As the title suggests, the main prediction and recommendation that stands out in the report is the use of emerging technologies. Specifically, Stessa Cohen recommends banks’ CIOs to:
● Expand the scope of any vendor evaluation for open unified banking platforms to include emerging startups, especially those whose architecture does not perpetuate legacy online and mobile banking channel application structures.
● Monitor emerging financial service providers and related startups to identify potential capabilities that address or upgrade current business and IT pain points in the bank’s evolution toward digital banking.
In this context, only nine global vendors are mentioned in the report. Technisys is included as a provider of an open and unified digital banking platform that offers emerging technologies in which transactions are not aligned with a specific channel and can be delivered in an appropriate customer experience determined by the device to which it is delivered. To read the complete report, click here (Gartner clients only, please contact us if you are not authorized).
The first one to open 100% Digital Accounts using the Smartphone.
This case illustrates how Technisys helps Banco del Pacífico reducing the cost of opening an account in 50% and increasing the number of customers in 20%.
Banco Provincia (BAPRO) has developed its internet banking with Technisys, which resulted in 65% increase in financial transactions.
Technisys helped the bank increase by 800% the number of clients over its digital channels through the implementation of Cyberbank® Omnichannel.
The bank was able to reduce costs due to the efficiency of the new digital channels.
The CITIBANK Bank in Central America succeeded in establishing one of the first Regional Corporate Banking, based on a SOA infrastructure and allowing its clients to operate in any of the six countries in an integrated manner.
The case of Banco Hipotecario illustrates how financial institutions can strategically implement SOA. Combining IT and business benefits, the bank has implemented multiple integrated electronic channels.
Technisys was included in the annual report of the Davos Forum (World Economic Forum) as one of the outstanding companies in emerging markets. The case was addressed by the Stanford University in the United States and was included in the annual report of the WEF.
CyberBank SelfService, the Technisys’ solution, provided accuracy and speed in the management of the information that the Banco Patagonia needed to reduce operating costs and improve customer service.
The fourth edition of the Digital Banking in Latin America report, conducted by Technisys in partnership with GMIX/Stanford University Graduate School of Business.