Source: D3 Banking
D3 Banking, the leading innovator in data driven digital™ banking, announced that its solution is now available in a hosted environment.
The company’s hosted platform is scalable, flexible and powerful, providing a comprehensive set of innovative digital banking services accessible anytime, anywhere from any device. The D3 Banking hosted option maximizes the control banks and credit unions have over the way they package and brand the digital banking services delivered to their customers and members.
The administrative module within the D3 Banking platform, D3 Control, provides institutions with distinct configuration options strengthening their ability to competitively position themselves in the marketplace. With D3 Control, the functionality exposed to the end user can be defined within each service and a financial institution can modify branding and theming, changing logos, color schemes and icons, by regions, seasons, sponsorships, and events.
“Hosted solutions typically require that the financial institution sacrifice control in order to gain certain economies that come from not having to maintain an on-premise solution,” said Mark Vipond, CEO of D3 Banking. “With its high level of configurability, D3 Banking’s hosted solution provides institutions with the ability to differentiate their digital banking services and respond quickly to developments in their markets whether that means a new service, device or competitor.”
D3 Banking partners with FireHost for its cloud infrastructure. A managed secure cloud expert, FireHost has built its expertise in security and compliance with practices in the highly regulated payments and healthcare industries. While many service providers add security services and capabilities on top of a commodity cloud or hosting solution, the company engineers these capabilities directly into its core platform and invests in creating much of its own intellectual property, especially for integrated security, threat intelligence and around-the-clock monitoring.
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