Today’s core bank systems are no longer about just keeping pace with the massive transaction volumes and complex regulatory requirements. As explored in a recent article in The New York Times, technology is quickly replacing individual reputations on Wall Street and, with the help of flexible IT infrastructures, banks are better positioned to gain competitive advantage.

Specialized technologies must enable complete control over the processes that manage data, provide full transparency into the data’s origins and path through an organization, and inspire confidence on the part of both business and IT users. The architectures that support core systems transformation have to have that control, transparency and confidence built into their DNA."


At EDGE, we want to know...are you seeing this trend in your organization? Are the fears and apprehensions already affecting decisions about infrastructure? Where do you need help and guidance to navigate this change in the banking landscape?