At Capital One Financial Corp., the need for compressed IT production cycles has led to significant changes in the way the bank pursues its innovation projects, including changing the very teams that build them out, says the bank’s chief information officer, Robert Alexander. This is driven by the “7 toRead More
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While Americans were eating hot dogs on the Fourth of July, Temenos, a provider of banking software based in Switzerland, released software that the company says improves transaction speeds and speeds up mobile banking. The software, called the Temenos Integration Framework, or T.I.F. for short, provides an interface between older, legacy systems and newer components that improves transaction speedsRead More
“The mobile phone is likely to be the basic bank account of the world by the next decade,” wrote Brett King in his new book, Bank 3.0. It appears that that transition will cost financial institutions less — to the chagrin of tech vendors. Sources tell Bank Innovation the price vendorsRead More
SAP intends to release software later this year that would standardize the enterprise resource planning software, known a ERP, it provides to large corporations and mega banks. And the implications of this are profound.