Tue May 24 CDT (5 days ago)
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The payments landscape has evolved considerably in recent years, and customers are increasingly demanding the newest innovations from their bank. This rapidly shifting environment presents a material challenge for financial institutions. How should they transition from their current, legacy payment infrastructure, to one that enables modern, flexible and real-time, payment schemes?
Built with a cloud-native, micro-service architecture, API connectivity, and development resources, these platforms enable banks to offer modern payment systems; reduce their time to market; circumvent dependence on multiple vendors; rationalize operational costs; and even achieve a more centralized view of authentication, authorization, exposure, and risk.
• Legacy systems don’t meet modern expectations, but cloud infrastructure does. Discover how a cloud-native approach provides flexibility and stability at a fraction of the cost.
• Consumers expect to use any means of authentication, on any channel, at any time to initiate a payment. See how to seamlessly add new services across all channels by shifting to a more agile development method, and easily satisfy this demand and ultimately stay competitive.
• Cloud-native technology makes increased transparency possible and grants access to services and talent around the world that were not accessible via legacy technology.
• Even more importantly, it puts the consumer at the center of the payments process. End-in-mind, a consumer-centric approach will be crucial for the future of payments.
Managing Director & VP Banking Software, Diebold Nixdorf
Business Development, Payments