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Xtensifi joins SAP PartnerEdge Program to Elevate Fintech and Ebanking Solutions

Atlanta, August 8, 2019 – Xtensifi, a digital consulting firm that enables financial institutions to implement their mobile and cloud-computing strategies, announced its official membership in the SAP PartnerEdge program. Through this program, Xtensifi has access to fast-growing markets where they can offer requested fintech and ebanking solutions. SAP SE, which was recently ranked No. 1 ERP software vendor by revenue in Gartner’s Market Share Analysis report, is a German multinational software corporation that produces software for business operations and customer relations. The company’s PartnerEdge

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How Banks Are Driving Deposits Now

Mid-tier regional banks, community banks and credit unions are under increasing pressure from larger, national banks intent on luring away their customers. Seeing their deposits pulled away by these competitors is one of the most ominous trends in the industry right now. To put the problem in perspective, whereas average annual deposit growth industry wide is 4.6 percent, JP Morgan Chase, one of the nation’s largest banks, has seen its deposits grow 9.5 percent since 2014. Other large national banks,

Xtensifi Named APN Standard Partner with Amazon Web Services, Preferred Cloud Computing Provider

ATLANTA, June 27, 2019 – Xtensifi, a digital consulting firm that enables financial institutions to create and execute their mobile and online strategies, announced it has become an AWS Partner Network (APN) Standard Partner with Amazon Web Services (AWS), a cloud computing service provider. APN is the global partner program for AWS. It is focused on helping APN Partners build successful AWS-based businesses or solutions by providing business, technical, marketing, and go-to-market support. Being part of this network is significant for Xtensifi because it

The Shift All Banks Will Eventually Make

The Shift All Banks Will Eventually Make

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 Penny Crossman pointed out: at one time financial institutions thought their data and their customers’ data was too sacrosanct to ever store in a public cloud. It was no surprise here.

The Importance of Certifications

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 nearly everything you need in a single platform. Cloud-certified professionals Whether you’re designing a new, cloud-based system or solution or moving an existing application to the cloud, you’ll likely need the help of IT

FinTech in the Cloud: Modernizing Your Operations

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 lower than ever before. Lower-cost, more efficient Cloud computing is less expensive and more efficient than traditional computing in a number of ways. With cloud services, organizations only pay for what they use; they