New processes and interaction channels for banking.

Big Data analytics, hybrid Cloud open systems, cyber security, fluid bimodal systems, data analytics, open banking.

A number of changes loom large. Digital disruption and open banking will continue to influence lasting changes in the sector.

The recent EU directive on digital payments, PSD2 (Application Program Interface) is being closely analysed by banking and finance players and we can help them reap opportunities deriving from it efficiently.

By bolstering the Cloud and integrating AI and Big Data enabling features, clients of different banks will be able to share access to their financial data with third parties and to avail themselves of all banking services entirely digitally at any time, easily and rapidly.

The customer journey will change radically, going digital increasingly throughout the banking chain with remote service management available in a multi-device ecosystem. As a result, digital banking will simplify operations in branches, focusing it away from transaction activity and further onto high value operations improving quality and competitiveness on the market significantly.

    Mobility, digital payments, integrated payment systems and responsive platforms: financial services are constantly evolving.


    Key areas

    Direct channels web mobile

    Core banking

    Corporate CRM portal 


    Payment cards


    Clients on boarding

    DWH/BI Bigdata