Top ten core banking software projects in 2016
Look back at some of the major core banking software projects in 2016, with Banking Technology’s top ten.
APS Bank in Malta live with new core banking system, BML Istisharat’s ICBS
The major tech overhaul has been successfully completed on time and on budget, states the bank’s management.
London Mutual Credit Union live with new core banking and debit card systems
UK-based London Mutual Credit Union has gone live with the new cloud-based system, TCS Bancs.
Isbank Europe live with new core banking system, Avaloq Banking Suite
Germany-based subsidiary of Turkey’s banking group, Isbank, has migrated to a new core banking system, Avaloq Banking Suite.
Citizens Bank plans core banking revamp with FIS
US-based Citizens Bank is planning a major core banking modernisation.
Infosys’ Finacle core banking system gains first taker in Myanmar
Asia Green Development (AGD) Bank, one of the first commercially owned banks in Myanmar, is automating its ops with Infosys’ Finacle core banking system.
Julian Hodge Bank live with new core banking system, Sword Apak’s Aurius
The new core banking platform, Aurius, supplied by UK-based fintech vendor Sword Apak, has ousted Misys’ Bankmaster at Julian Hodge Bank.
New major IT renovation project for SAP in Germany
Germany’s largest building society, Bausparkasse Schwäbisch Hall, is modernising its core banking operations with SAP.
Sberbank picks software and service providers for major tech overhaul
Russia’s largest banking group, Sberbank, has concluded its tender to find software and processing systems developers to revamp its retail and corporate banking tech.
Standard Chartered revamps wealth management ops with Temenos
Temenos has landed a major deal with Standard Chartered, to modernise the bank’s wealth management software across 30+ countries.
Mizuho Bank gears up for new core banking system go-live
Japan’s Mizuho Bank is going to move to a new core banking platform in early 2017. The cost of the project is believed to be JPY 300 billion ($2.8 billion).