Through this integration financial institutions can personalize their banking experience, adopt digital innovations, and uncover new revenue streams by embracing the cloud
Technisys, the company behind Cyberbank, the cloud-native, next-gen digital banking platform, has integrated its platform with Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services to offer financial institutions (FIs) the ability to differentiate and redefine the customer experience within a cloud-native, end-to-end financial services technologies, accelerating a bank’s digital transformation. This integration allows scalability for even the largest banks with up to 150 million customers.
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Many banks today are managing legacy systems siloed across internal departments. This limits the institutions’ ability to deliver a seamless customer experience consistently across channels – prohibiting FIs from being customer-centric, agile, future-proof, and scalable.
This integration provides a strong and well-defined path to build a complete banking ecosystem for FI’s. It creates a platform for a more cohesive digital transformation process that will enable banks to deliver exceptional customer experiences, lower operational costs, and a digital edge.
“Our integration with Microsoft strengthens our commitment to redefining the banking experience for consumers and business owners,” says Mike Santos, CEO of Technisys. “We are empowering banks to create and deliver novel and tailored financial products, designed to be integral to customer lifestyles. Now, combined with Microsoft Azure’s cloud computing platform, we will enable FIs to embrace a digital transformation more quickly and cost effectively – without disrupting day-to-day business. It’s a compelling and proven value proposition.”
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“Technisys’ integration with Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services enables financial institutions to accelerate their digital journey and transition to a cloud model,” said Bill Borden, Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Financial Services at Microsoft. “We know that pursuing a digital transformation is challenging, but with the powerful capabilities of both Technisys and Microsoft we can empower our customers to innovate faster and focus more on delivering value to their customers, versus maintaining their legacy systems.”
The integration introduces capabilities that come from the unveiling of a new and robust partner ecosystem with a proven, next-gen digital banking platform – where FI’s can differentiate, deliver personalization, and uncover new revenue streams.
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