Legacy core systems inhibit banks’ flexibility around delivering new and compelling value propositions for customers: driving up costs for basic business-as-usual functions; slowing time to market for new value propositions; limiting banks’ ability to create personalized experiences; and inhibiting connectivity to broader fintech ecosystems. However, "big bang" core system replacements are expensive, time-consuming and risky.
Progressively modernize bank systems, taking a phased approach that reduces cost, time and risk associated with a complete core replacement and accelerates creation of new customer experiences that generate economic value.
Externalize product and pricing information from legacy cores into Zafin's platform, thereby simplifying core systems to focus on their strengths: scalable, resilient and predictable transaction processing. Dramatically increase flexibility to execute new customer-centric go-to-market strategies.
Zafin announced today that Al-Noor Ramji has been named to its board of directors. Read the full press release.read More
Zafin today announces Dave Revell has been appointed the company’s new chair of the board of directors. Read the press release.read More
Join us for an interactive discussion with guest speaker, Jerry Silva, Vice President for Financial Insights at IDC to understand the latest in retail banking worldwide and the pathway to modular modernization that serves banks and their customers.opens in a new windowRead More