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Oracle unleashes open API banking solution set

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Oracle has unveiled its array of open banking solutions as it targets banks and pushing APIs into the mainstream.

Top fintech stories this week – 11 August 2017

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Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place!

Oracle unveils new global payments solution for banks, Oracle Banking Payments

Oracle unveils brand new payments platform for banks

Oracle has unveiled its brand new development, Oracle Banking Payments. The product has been built from the ground up, leverages ISO 20022 and supports global and local payment standards (SEPA, Swift 2017, Fedwire, US ACH and Swift’s gpi).

State Bank of Vietnam live with new core banking system, Temenos T24

State Bank of Vietnam in major tech overhaul

State Bank of Vietnam (SVB), the country’s central bank, is live with new core banking system, Temenos’ T24. The bank has also implemented Oracle ERP (accounting and budgeting) and Tibco’s middleware.

Oracle expands on-premise public cloud offering – sounds weird right?

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Oracle has continued its journey into the cloud, expanding an interesting proposition to target the data sensitive and paranoid.

Bank of America signs for Oracle ERP

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Bank of America is rolling out Oracle’s cloud-based ERP system and financial applications for its international general ledger and broker-dealer systems.

Oracle taps into AI buzz to calm security fears

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Oracle has announced a number of updates to its security portfolio focusing on leveraging the buzz surrounding machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and contextual awareness technologies.

Oracle shells out a Moat load of cash for online ad auditor

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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.

Oracle ponders acquisition of Accenture?

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Oracle is exploring the feasibility of buying consultancy giant Accenture, and has hired specialists to that effect, it is understood.

IBM turns up heat in cloud pricing war

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The last couple of months have been relatively quiet for the major cloud players, though it looks like the lurking pricing war is just beginning to heat up, reports telecoms.com (Banking Technology‘s sister publication). Speaking at IBM InterConnect in Las Vegas, the team announced a horde of new offerings, as well as a number of […]

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