The year 2022 has the potential to be an important milestone for the banking industry. Investing in the right capabilities and technologies to leverage effectively this shift to digital will separate the leaders from the rest of the pack, and set up a strong base for success in the coming years.
Oracle Financial Services has won a trio of new deals, with its new customers picking up systems for digital banking, core processing, and lending.
CTBC Bank Co. Ltd. has chosen Oracle Financial Services to help modernize its corporate banking and payments operations across branches in seven countries.
Oracle Banking Payments helps CTBC reduce operational costs and improve visibility of liquidity positions by automating complex processes and workflows.
Nano Home Loans, a mortgage disrupter, has collaborated with Oracle Financial Services to leverage its technology to onboard all new-to-bank customers applying for a home loan with Westpac and National Australia Bank.
Wing Bank (Cambodia) Plc, one of the leading digital banking service providers based in Cambodia, has tapped into the Oracle Banking portfolio of financial services applications to support its transition into a fully licensed, digital-first commercial bank.
While it is easy for new technology firms to claim that their technology is the latest approach to banking software, it is difficult to keep up when trends change. For instance, although Cloud and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is one of the latest technology, it won’t be the last, and new cloud-based vendors might also have the ability to keep pace.
Oracle Financial Service’s asset-liability management (ALM) application has provided Asia’s key banks with the invaluable ability to gauge their liquidity and interest rate risks and generate complex balance sheet forecasts.
Oracle was recognized for its industry-leading data catalog and rich set of governance capabilities.
Market uncertainty caused by the global pandemic has led banks to be reluctant to lend, and consumers are hesitant to avail credit. Read this article to understand the adverse impact of surplus liquidity on banks and economies if adequate demand is not created.
W1TTY, a smart finance innovator, is implementing Oracle Banking Payments, Oracle FLEXCUBE, and Oracle Banking APIs from the Oracle Banking suite. Running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), W1TTY will use Oracle Banking suite to deliver an easier and more rewarding financial experience for customers.
Oracle Financial Services is adapting edifactoring messages into its supply chain finance solution through FCI integration. Souvik Chakraborty shares his thoughts on this critical development and how it benefits corporate banking.
The benefits of a centralised valuation engine for derivatives portfolios have become more apparent for banks amid the pandemic and as the final Basel requirements loom. Read this article to find out how centralized valuation engine can help improve your decision making process.
The BFSI sector has been one of the early adopters of cloud and digital technologies for both internal transformation and external go-to-market initiatives. With Oracle’s Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW) and Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) services, ESAF Small Finance Bank can meet the customization requirements and conduct data segmentation for users of different nature within the bank and outside.
Southeast Asia Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SeABank), one of the top 10 private sector banks in Vietnam, transforms its finance operations to improve customer transparency and drive profitability with Oracle Financial Services. As a result, SeABank has successfully implemented Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP), Profitability Management, Asset Liability Management (ALM), IFRS 9 and Data Foundation.
ManagePay Systems Berhad (MPay), a fintech and payment solution enterprise, has selected Oracle Cloud to help it improve its customer experience. With Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), MPay now has a reliable, secure and scalable platform underpinning core applications within its digital ecosystem that enables Malaysia's small businesses to trade online.
Deutsche Bank is undertaking a massive migration of its Oracle Databases to Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer. The hybrid option — which effectively brings all of Oracle's public cloud services directly to a customer's data centers — should result in cost savings in the three-digit millions for the German financial services giant, the companies said to ZDNet.
Oracle Financial Crime and Compliance has been ranked by global advisory and consulting firm Quadrant Knowledge Solutions as a Technology Leader in the recently released SPARK Matrix™, Anti-Money Laundering (AML), and Know Your Customer (KYC) 2021 solution reports. The Quadrant Knowledge Solutions in its proprietary SPARK Matrix evaluated more than 15 technology vendors in a competitive assessment against key dimensions of functionality, customer impact, investments, and innovation.
Amid a global pandemic and widespread economic uncertainty, consumers and corporations alike need financial flexibility now more than ever. It is a critical time to embrace new forms of financial flexibility through technology. Read to learn more about how servitization, the Cloud and the Internet of Things can assist or improve your business model.
The market value of the worldwide mutual fund industry has seen a consistent increase in the past decade and is poised to grow further in the near future. The growth of this industry highlights the importance of risk management practices, particularly liquidity risk management. Find out how a comprehensive liquidity solution can aid investment companies to revamp the redemption and cash flow management process.
To simplify processes, reduce costs and enhance employee experience for its more than 26,000 colleagues, HealthPartners is teaming up with Oracle to move business processes in finance, supply chain and human resources to the cloud. In addition, HealthPartners recently implemented Oracle Health Insurance Enterprise Policy Administration, Oracle Insurance Gateway, and Oracle Revenue Management and Billing to improve its billing processes, help maintain compliance to new regulations and pricing rules and enable clear and auditable premium calculations.
ClearView has adopted Oracle Insurance Policy Administration (OIPA) as part of its digital transformation effort to drive scale, efficiencies, and customer satisfaction. With OIPA, ClearView has the foundation it needs to modernize and improve operational efficiency while accelerating new product and service development.
The new Oracle consumer banking research shows that today's younger consumers want convenience and simplicity from their banks. And, they want it served up in front of them in the digital equivalent of an easy button. More than anything, the data reveals that the emerging generations of banking customers are more interested in learning and being educated, respected, and mentored as they grow into their financial lives.