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Cloud momentum is building in retail banking, part 1

  • The digital agenda post Covid-19 includes plans for cloud.
  • A new white paper by Finastra explores banks' challenges and how cloud directly addresses them.
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Cloud momentum is building in retail banking, part 1

For retail banks entering a post Covid-19 world, the only way forward is cloud. Cloud provides the foundation for harnessing other emerging technologies and enables banks to be nimble and accelerate product innovation. The financial benefits of cloud are clear: 30 percent IT savings and 50 percent revenue growth opportunities.

In Part 1 of this 3 part white paper we explore:

  • The rise of cloud adoption
  • Why banks are moving to cloud
  • Banks key challenges and how cloud directly addresses them

Learn how you can start your cloud journey today.  Download now.

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