Vietnam Prosperity Bank uses Oracle Financial Crime and Compliance Management to implement their risk models. This initiative has resulted in better compliance, improved efficiency and effectiveness, and an enhanced customer.
Oracle’s digital banking platform, Oracle Banking Digital Experience, is recognized as a leader among corporate digital banking platforms by Celent, the leading research and advisory firm focused on technology for global financial institutions.
For the 12th 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.
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 IDC MarketScape report, Oracle stood out in the end-to-end and data analytical categories.
Find out more about Oracle’s participation in the winning hackathon team at SIBOS 2019 in London.
Oracle’s know your customer (KYC), onboarding, PEPs, and sanctions screening products were awarded a high distinction by the Regulation Asia Awards for Excellence. These awards recognize technology companies that have helped meet the challenges of the ever-changing and increasingly complex regulatory landscape in APAC region.
Oracle Financial Crime and Compliance has been ranked by global advisory and consulting firm Quadrant Knowledge Solutions as a Technology Leader in the SPARK Matrix®: Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) 2021 solution reports. Oracle also ranks above all other participating vendors in Customer Impact, and secured a high ranking for Technology Excellence.
Oracle was recognized as a technology leader for its ability to embed new and innovative capabilities into its AML and KYC solutions with the pragmatic lens of delivering value, enterprise adoption, and scale.
Oracle’s anti-money laundering product line was evaluated across the six categories of the RiskTech100® assessment criteria: functionality, core technology, strategy, customer satisfaction, market presence, and innovation.
The 2020 Chartis Market Update and Vendor Landscape Report awarded Oracle category leader status in the RiskTech Quadrants® for anti–money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) solutions.
“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.
Oracle was recognized for its industry-leading data catalog and rich set of governance capabilities. Its 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 remains among the top three vendors in Chartis RiskTech100® report for the sixth consecutive year and was recognized as a winner in five solution categories—Core Technology, Data Integrity and Control, Financial Crime: AML, IFRS 17: Data Management and Reporting, and Risk Data Aggregation and Reporting.
Find out why Oracle was awarded best solution in enterprise risk management.
Oracle earned the distinction of Category Leader for its IFRS 17 and LDTI solutions by Chartis Research—placing high 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 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 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.
Oracle was cited for a wide internal ecosystem of complementary products and preintegrated services, such as risk, finance, and customer experience.
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.
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.
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.
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