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Oracle empowers financial institutions to become more responsive, agile,
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Our solutions help financial services businesses to build digital ecosystems that empower customers to manage and enrich their financial lives. With our data-driven solutions, financial institutions can get the in-depth insights that enable them to make better business-critical decisions.
Deploy easy-to-navigate, integrated, omnichannel experiences for your customers. Deliver financial services at the point of need.
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Enhance experience, increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, and improve customer care.
Unify risk, finance, regulatory, compliance, and customer data on a single data model to generate Insights for profitability with regulatory compliance.
Monitor, detect, investigate, and report finance crime by enabling intelligent tools for efficiency and efficacy.
Execute digital strategies at pace and scale.
Accelerate digital transformation. Drive business agility. Forge partnerships. Deliver optimal efficiency.
Get the pricing and billing clarity you need to better manage all your revenue drivers and customer relationships.
Advice and solutions on how financial services businesses can help their customers restore and rebound. Take proactive initiatives to increase your strength and performance.
Bridge the accounting gap and accelerate the timeline for implementation of IFRS 17 standards.
Revenue leakage is costing banks 3-8% of their income. Banks must look at their pricing and billing systems and drive customer-centric pricing for more profitable outcomes.
Oracle Financial Crime and Compliance Management helps financial institutions identify dirty money generated from crimes such as human trafficking.
François Cavaye, Global Head of Financial Security at CACIB, discusses some of the expected outcomes of their AML transformation project including first-entity resolution, better detection and a decreased number of false positives.
Our strategy this year is to go digital, thinking digital first. So, what we are planning is to transform our banking business to become banking as a service...Towards the future we are looking for Oracle to be an empowering tool.Supatra Aphaiwongse, Senior Vice President, Information Technology Group Bank of Ayudhya
We transformed our network, transformed our systems, to ensure that we are able to focus and drive new businesses, new agenda, following the group digital agenda to ensure that we can provide products and services that our customers could get, at the price point that they could afford.Tomisin Fashina, Group CIO, Ecobank- eProcess
With the Oracle platform, we are keen to enhance member experience through digital processes and needs. We are using the Oracle Health Insurance platform because it's modernized and has the APIs we can utilize to become a flexible platform for our digital transformation journey.Joanne Kadlecik, Chief Operations, Defence Health
The industry award recognized its collaboration with Oracle on the Customer Service Hub, providing a single view of the customer—involving the consolidation, uplift, and rationalization of more than 23 systems across multiple brands.
HBF, Western Australia’s largest private health insurer, has chosen Oracle Health Insurance (OHI) to support its digital transformation. The move is part of a wider technology investment by the company to modernize its systems and processes as it pushes to deliver the very best experiences to its members, employees and providers.
New capabilities increase compliance program effectiveness.
Gain insights from PwC and Oracle on how APAC digital banks can grow beyond digital experience, utilizing data to leapfrog over risk and regulation barriers.
Oracle Financial Services enables digital banking, process optimization, and market agility across the continent.
Chartis Research cites Oracle for core technology and overall strategy in managing risk and compliance..