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Scotiabank Case Study

Case Study Published By: IBM
IBM
Published:  Nov 22, 2014
Type:  Case Study
Length:  8 pages

Financial organizations are under intense pressure to grow their business while keeping costs in check and meeting regulatory requirements. This can be a huge challenge for banking leadership and especially those managing payments infrastructures. How can banks improve business agility and ensure faster compliance? Integrated transaction management hubs deliver differentiated products to customers now, provide a platform for future and enable ongoing market share growth.

Read this case study today to learn:

  • How to progressively transform existing payments processes while reusing existing systems that remain relevant
  • Ways to process payments using a common set of rules for addressing upcoming regulations
  • How to converge multiple payment types on a single payments platform



Tags : 
commercial payment center, payments infrastructures, business agility, integrated transaction management, software development, enterprise applications