Technisys, the world’s leading company in next-generation digital banking and core solutions, integrates its platform into the Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services. The novelty will allow financial institutions greater ability to differentiate themselves in the market and redefine the customer experience in native technologies in the cloud, thus accelerating their digital transformation process. This integration allows scalability even for large organisations with about 150 million customers.
Today, many banks manage legacy systems in silos and among their internal departments. This limits the ability of institutions to provide a continuous and consistent experience to their users across all their channels – ensuring a customer-centric performance in an agile, perennial, and scalable way.
Integrating Technisys’ platform with that of Microsoft Cloud provides a solid and well-defined path to building a complete banking ecosystem for financial organisations. It creates a platform prepared for the digital transformation process to be even more cohesive, enabling banks to deliver better experiences to their customers consistently with lower operating costs and digital advantage.
“Integration with Microsoft strengthens our commitment to redefining the banking experience for consumers and entrepreneurs. We are empowering banks to create and deliver innovative and personalised financial products designed to be an integral part of people’s lifestyles. With the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform, we’ll enable financial institutions to achieve their digital transformation faster and more cost-effectively – without disrupting day-to-day business. It’s a compelling and proven value proposition.” says Miguel Santos, CEO of Technisys.
“Technisys’ integration with Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services enables financial institutions to accelerate their digital journey and transition to a cloud model. We know how challenging digital transformation is, and with the differentiated capabilities of Technisys and Microsoft solutions, we can empower our customers to innovate faster and focus on delivering value to their users, rather than maintaining their legacy systems,” says Bill Borden, Microsoft’s global corporate vice president of Financial Services.
The integration features that come from introducing a robust new partner ecosystem with a proven, digital banking platform – where financial institutions can differentiate, lead more personalisation, and discover new revenue streams.