Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place! Bank of Ireland in major tech revamp EXCLUSIVE. Accenture and Capgemini working on Project Omega. Trouble in the R3 paradise? Thinking about time and money. Millions at risk from India ATM hack Debit cards in danger due to […]
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A new core banking software vendor, Leveris, looks to raise €15 million from international venture capital firms, and is working with stockbroker Davy on the transaction.
One of Ireland’s “big four” banking players, Bank of Ireland, has embarked on a five-year €500 million modernisation venture – aka Project Omega. It includes a front-to-back office technology overhaul, with Temenos providing new solutions.
Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place!
Bank of Ireland has selected Temenos’ T24 core system, Temenos Connect for digital and Insight BI for analytics as part of its five-year €500 million revamp plans – aka Project Omega.
Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place! Bank of Ireland ponders major IT overhaul Irish eyes are smiling… or at least weighing up their options. MSB and FDH Bank to merge on Temenos’ T24 core system The die has been cast. Neptune’s Rubikon crossed out. […]
Bank of Ireland, one of Ireland’s “big four” banking players, is looking to modernise its legacy software, Banking Technology understands. The bank’s current set-up is outsourced to Accenture, which manages its group technology and change division. The deal was signed in 2014, and around 200 staff transferred to Accenture from Bank of Ireland as a […]
Consumers in both developed and developing countries have embraced their mobile devices to check balances, make payments and conduct other financial activities. As a result, mobile banking has become a must-have offering for financial institutions. However, many are still working out how to go beyond the basics to add value for customers, increase engagement and maximise the return on the mobile channel investment.
With attention increasingly focusing on mobile payments and mobile banking, Fiserv is urging banks to look more closely at how to use mobile to not only deliver services to customers, but also as an up- and cross-selling channel.