IBM has reported a mixed bag of results for the first quarter of 2017, with the strategic imperatives offerings up but overall revenues down 2% to $18.2 billion, reports Telecoms.com (Banking Technology‘s sister publication). While another quarter of decline is nothing new to report for Big Blue, what might be worrying for the team is […]
Panama-based Prival Bank is implementing a new core banking system, Temenos’ T24. It will be delivered on the Microsoft Azure cloud. Temenos says Prival Bank is its “first regulated wealth client in the cloud”. Go-live is scheduled for 2018. The contract was signed in late 2015, it is understood. T24 will support lending and deposits […]
Oracle has continued its quest to buy its way into the cloud game with the acquisition of ad tracking company Moat for a reported $850 million.
A year after diving into the campus card vertical with the $4.3 billion acquisition of Heartland Payment Systems, Atlanta-based technology provider Global Payments has unveiled its new TouchNet OneCard VIP service, which the company describes as a single point of access to campus life.
The cybersecurity wars of the future will be fought by good artificial intelligence (AI) bots and bad ones, with the rest of us just watching to see who wins.
North Carolina-based North State Bank has gone live with nCino’s Bank Operating System to centralise and automate its commercial loan process. nCino’s cloud-based solution is built on Salesforce.com. The vendor says it combines customer relationship management, loan origination, workflow, enterprise content management, business process management and instant reporting on a single platform. Last month, Valley […]
UBS is selling its risk and performance analytics service, UBS Delta, to StatPro Group, a provider of cloud-based portfolio analysis and asset pricing services for the global asset management industry.
Valley National Bank, a $23 billion financial institution in New Jersey, is implementing nCino’s Bank Operating System for commercial lending.
Oracle is exploring the feasibility of buying consultancy giant Accenture, and has hired specialists to that effect, it is understood.
Deutsche Bank has opened an innovation lab in New York, its fourth globally. The lab is part of its five-year plan for €1 billion investment in digital initiatives. It is sited in Lower Manhattan’s Fulton Center and will explore new technologies focused on several areas, including artificial intelligence, cloud technology and cybersecurity. Elly Hardwick, head […]