Forrester invited vendors of globally deployed banking platforms (including core banking) to participate in a survey on their 2013 deals — and more than 30 vendors accepted the invitation. The webinar provides an overview about the vendors' deals, the dynamic of the global regions, as well as the key changes. Forrester looks not only at new named deals, but also at global success as far as extended business is concerned. Thus, the webinar provides insight about a vendor's ability to extend its business in 2013 and to expand its solution footprint within existing installations. During a banking platform selection process, for example, a bank can use this information to support its decision on long- or short-listed vendors.
- Rules Of The Game
- Participation And Nonparticipation
- Vendor Perspective
- Regional Perspective
- Did the banking platform/core banking market shrink or expand in 2013?
- Which vendors were most successful in 2013 — and which were not?
- Which geographies were most active in 2013? Were there significant changes?
- Are there any further significant observations regarding the 2013 banking platform market?
Vendors mentioned: Accenture, Asseco, Avaloq, BML Istisharat, Capital Banking, CFT, Cobiscorp, CSC, Diasoft, DLYA, Eri, FIS, Fiserv, Flexsoft (formerly Fors), Harland FS, ICS FS, Infosys, Infrasofttech, Intrasoft International, ITS, Jack Henry, Microlink, Misys, Nucleus, Oracle, Path Solutions, Polaris Financial Technology, Profile, SAB, SAP, Sopra Banking, Sungard, TCS, Technisys, Temenos, Top Systems, and Ultradata.