As the financial services landscape continues to evolve and consumer expectations rise, banks must collaborate with fintechs to deliver the best solutions for customers.
This week at Sibos, Oracle will feature 10 enterprise-ready fintechs that are leveraging Oracle Cloud technology and Oracle Banking APIs to improve security, reliability, data privacy and regulatory compliance for banking.
Sibos will highlight how the corporate banking and payments value chain is no longer a bilateral flow between bank and corporate customers but an ecosystem that is driven by technology leaders and innovators who are driving change and new efficiencies.
Together with Oracle, the fintechs being showcased at Sibos solve core financial services challenges in areas such as cognitive banking, real-time trade reporting, autonomous finance, investment banking, hyper-personalized customer loyalty platforms, open SME banking, wealth management and more. Each fintech is part of Oracle for Startups, a unique acceleration program that enables mutually beneficial business-building partnerships for startups and customers.
Today, corporate banks are facing the full impact of digital disruption and are under significant pressure to act. They are streamlining processes, working across time zones, currencies and channels to differentiate themselves in a click and consume world. This fintech ecosystem can truly help corporate banks leverage new technologies and platforms to improve operations and better serve customers.
With its fintech collaborators, Oracle’s solutions are designed to help corporate banks rethink these very processes, co-create innovative products, and provide an experience that is simple and seamless for their customers. Oracle has made significant investments in four major areas: Cash and Liquidity Management, Credit and Lending, Trade Finance and Payments. It has solutions in these four areas to help banks achieve smarter operations, greater connectivity, and faster delivery of innovative products.