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CSC licenses Celeriti banking software to First Tennessee

20 October 2010  |  2452 views  |  0 Source: CSC

CSC (NYSE:CSC) today announced that First Tennessee Bank National Association of Memphis, Tenn., is the first U.S. bank to license CSC's newly unveiled Celeriti Customer and Deposits software. First Tennessee has chosen Celeriti for its next-generation enterprise banking platform to improve operations and accelerate the bank's channel modernization initiatives.

A CSC software licensee since 1994, First Tennessee will implement Celeriti components, including a Web portal and the service-oriented architecture (SOA) business processes and Web services, which are built on IFX industry standards. As part of its progressive modernization, First Tennessee will also complete an accelerated upgrade of its Hogan Core Banking Systems at a lower cost and less risk than a "rip-and-replace" approach.

"We are upgrading our technology to improve the way our employees are able to serve our customers and to give our customers more choices for how they interact with us. We were looking for a solution to exploit modern technology and support our growth objectives," said Bruce Livesay, CIO, First Horizon National Corp., parent company of First Tennessee. "CSC's development of and investment in Celeriti will help us create a richer, differentiated and consistent customer experience while at the same time reducing costs."

"A customized, low-risk path will guide the transformation of First Tennessee's enterprise banking platform for the future," said John Dickson, president of CSC's Banking and Credit Services Division. "The Celeriti suite is designed for both existing CSC clients and other institutions to create consistency across all delivery channels; speed product introductions and regulatory changes; and gain better insights into their customer actions for improved decision-making."

Celeriti is CSC's end-to-end suite of SOA-based enterprise software for banking, cards, payments and lending. Celeriti is available on a range of platform options that provide scalability and cost efficiency, bringing the functions of the biggest banks into reach for financial institutions of all sizes. For more information, visit www.csc.com/celeriti.

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