The news that TD Bank Group will migrate its technology platforms to the cloud — in a similar vein to what Capital One Financial did earlier this year, but using a more gradual approach — may have come as a surprise to some. As American Banker editor at large
Like many companies, your business may be migrating to the cloud, building new systems or solutions in the cloud, or both. Businesses are moving to cloud computing because it’s economical, scalable, fast, and advanced—with more and better features than conventional technology. With cloud computing, companies can avoid extensive integration and maintenance efforts, because cloud services offer
ATLANTA, May 6, 2019 — Xtensifi, a digital consulting firm that enables financial institutions to create and execute their mobile and online strategies, announced that Daniela Prieto joined the Xtensifi team as general manager of the new Costa Rica development office. Prieto will be responsible for day-to-day operations of
It’s not news that consumers are looking for the latest and greatest in digital and mobile technology in their everyday activities—including banking. To get what they want, these consumers are not averse to looking beyond traditional financial institutions to fintechs and other third-party providers. Banks and credit unions are working hard to meet the same
As Amazon Web Services (AWS) and other cloud service providers continue to gain ground, many banks are moving their fintech applications to the cloud. They have sound reasons for doing so, as cloud computing saves costs, boosts efficiency, and offers layered security approaches as well as automated deployment models. Moreover, the barriers to entry are
ATLANTA, Feb. 25, 2019 – Xtensifi, a digital consulting firm that enables financial institutions to create and execute their mobile and online strategies, announced today that it was recently selected by Farmers Insurance Federal Credit Union to provide strategic consulting services to help accelerate digital transformation of member services.
Financial institutions have vast stores of data about their customers. As systems become outdated, needs evolve, and/or regulations change, banks often have to move this critical data from one system to another. In fact, data has to be migrated any time a bank installs a new server or software platform.
As banks increasingly focus on customer experience, they are seeking to work around legacy back-office systems that often impede digitized customer journeys. These legacy systems are core systems and thus not easily replaced—a total replacement can be likened to a human heart transplant. Rather than take this radical step, financial institutions are replacing existing services incrementally,
An organization’s technology infrastructure is vital to its success. Just as we humans should take an annual physical exam, a company’s architecture needs to be periodically assessed to ensure its health. An effective architecture assessment can determine whether a company’s current technology stack can support and advance its needs and