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Oracle earned the distinction of Category Leader for its IFRS 17 and LDTI solutions by Chartis Research—placing highly in two Chartis RiskTech Quadrants® for accounting systems solutions and data management and reporting solutions.
Find out why Oracle Financial Services IFRS 17 Analyzer was widely recognized by insurers and industry experts.
Oracle Health Insurance was awarded in Celent’s Health Policy Administration Systems: 2020 XCelent Awards for having the greatest breadth of functionality. Discover why Celent affirms Oracle for its core processing and supporting capabilities.
Oracle has been named a Dominant Provider by Novarica for Life/Health/Annuity Policy Administration Systems in June 2020 report.
For the twelfth time, Oracle has been named a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Global Retail Core Banking. Of the six companies evaluated, Oracle was recognized as a Leader for its completeness of vision and ability to execute in the market.
Australia’s oldest bank has taken the coveted iTnews Benchmark Award in finance for its work on the Holy Grail of modern banking—a single view of the customer. Read more about how Oracle participates in Westpac’s largest transformation project.
Find out why Oracle was named a Leader for the seventh time in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Life Insurance Policy Administration Systems, North America.
Oracle’s participation in the winning hackathon team at SIBOS 2019 in London led to great results. Find out how about their participation and their experience during this event.
Oracle remains among the top three vendors in Chartis RiskTech100 2020 for the fifth consecutive year, while retaining awards in two categories: core technology and data integrity and control.
Oracle FLEXCUBE scores in ability to execute and completeness of vision in Gartner 2019 Magic Quadrant for Global Retail Banking.
KeyBank uses Oracle Banking Platform to build innovation in digital banking. The transformation saw a 17 percent increase in the number of digitally active KeyBank customers.
In the recently released IDC MarketScape: Worldwide End-to-End Corporate Banking Solution Providers 2019 Vendor Assessment, Oracle was named a leader among End-to-End Corporate Banking Solution Providers evaluated.
Digital disruption is transforming the life insurance industry in North America, and insurers must address the fast-changing demands of the market. We invite you to read this excerpt from a Novarica Market Navigator report that includes a profile of Oracle.
According to Aite, the Oracle/Equisoft solution stands out because of its strong client service offering and analytical capabilities, as well as its solid product features and functionality. The Oracle/Equisoft solution was also acknowledged by Aite as having the most advanced analytical capabilities among all vendors reviewed.
Chartis rated Oracle as category leader in its RiskTech Quadrant® for enterprise fraud technology solutions, AML solutions, KYC systems, watchlist monitoring solutions and trader surveillance systems. Oracle was rated highly in the report for a variety of capabilities that included real-time detection, alert management, customer lifecycle management (CLM), and screening technology.
Oracle retained second position in Chartis RiskTech100® 2019 for the third consecutive year, while winning awards in five categories: core technology, data Integrity and control, risk and finance integration, risk data aggregation and reporting, and banking Industry category.
Oracle was named a Category Leader in the Chartis RiskTech Quadrant® for both AML and KYC. Chartis rated the solutions highly as Oracle continued to invest in advanced analytics, improved visualization capabilities, enhanced investigations, wider partner coverage, and more.
Oracle retained its category leadership in Chartis RiskTech Quadrant® for enterprise fraud technology solutions. Chartis recognized Oracle’s fraud-detection capabilities as the solution’s core strength.
“Black box" machine-learning systems are generally not used for anti-money laundering (AML) purposes, as they do not provide the "why" behind an alert generation. But Oracle Financial Services Anti Money Laundering aims to provide that answer, and drive regulatory support for wider machine-learning based approaches.
Find out how big data techniques are transforming financial crime and compliance management by shifting towards risk-based approaches and outcome-based responsibilities.
Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Global Retail Core Banking, Don Free, Vittorio D’Orazio, 22 July 2019
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