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How are banks responding to changes in the regulatory, market, and business environments that are the result of open banking? A new Oracle and MIT Technology Review Insights Report examines the state of open banking.
Respond instantly to customer needs, offer a differentiated value proposition, and build a financial ecosystem that fuels your corporate customers’ rapidly expanding value chains.
Switch to a flexible, automated, and robust platform and align with the digitally connected world.
Built on industry-standards architecture, Oracle’s payments solution is designed to streamline and centralize your payments infrastructure.
Leverage a modern, universal banking platform to launch digital capabilities, accelerate business agility, build partnerships, optimize efficiency, and drive new value across retail and corporate banking business lines.
Reinvent customer engagement with harmonized data, streamlined processes, and agile systems. Create deeper relationships with tailored products and well-timed services.
Automate your entire lending and leasing lifecycle on a single platform, from originations through servicing to collections.
Process hedge funds, mutual funds, unit-linked insurance products, and pension products across lines of business on a single platform.
Virtual Accounts are not a new concept, but with the advent of faster payments and open banking, they have evolved to offer banks and their corporate clients powerful use cases. We invite you on a journey to see how VAM is transforming treasury functions—with endless applications.
No longer constrained by tightly controlled information pipelines, consumers in today’s experience economy are aware of the breadth of opportunities presented by nontraditional product sources, and expect companies to keep up. Oracle is transforming SME bank lending origination with a data-driven, progressive-decisioning platform that modernizes access to data and processes.
The mandated switch to a data-rich payments standard is more than just a compliance exercise. It is paving the way for banks to build the future of cross-border payments. And while the new migration start date is now almost two years away, banks who are taking the plunge today – rather than waiting – are better positioned to lead this modernization journey smoothly. For the others, what is the right approach to easing the complexities of such a transition? And why start now? Join us in this moderated discussion with SWIFT as we address some of your burning questions around ISO 20022.
One of the changes we are seeing is the speed of turnaround. The feedback we are getting from customers is that it’s taking half the time on the Oracle system. Also, previously it took us four to six weeks to change a product feature. Now it takes us only a few hours.Jeff Greenslade, CEO, Heartland Bank
Lloyd Atabansi, CTO and managing director of Ecobank, discusses how the bank has streamlined customer experience, improved customer service with new offerings, and facilitated cross-border transactions for its retail and wholesale banking customers.
We get better data, better analytics, and better information back. We also gain the ability to have less touching and manual manipulation of data prior to getting to our customers. Essentially it means we are getting it right.Dan James, Director, Vixxo
We are trying to drive customer-centric processes across our channels and our brands. Oracle Banking Platform provides the architecture we wanted to deliver that experience to our customers.Tim Whiteley, General Manager, Application Development, Westpac
Join our panel discussion to learn the impact of the pandemic and identify four focus areas that banks must re-think going into 2021.
Learn about the evolution of new bank business models in retail banking and the role the core banking platform must play to support it.
Empowering clients across the lending and leasing lifecycle from originations to servicing through collections.