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Core Banking Systems Case Studies: North America


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The US and North American market has in many ways been a pioneer in driving technology adoption. More than 50% of global FinTech investments are in the US. The share of banking IT spend in the US market are more services oriented unlike their European and Asian peers who have a higher share of software investments, reflecting the preferences of a large community banking oriented market.


The challenges of implementing in the North American market are therefore both unique and insightful. An increasing trend in consolidation of solution service providers is likely to make the journey ahead quite exciting. With global technology players aspiring to enter the North American market, and banks also looking to gain from global experiences, the insights from past implementations can be quite valuable.


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This compilation of Core Banking Systems Case Studies focuses on such projects across five different suppliers and banks in North America. These include SAP-SAP for Banking (ATB Financial Canada), Temenos-T24 (Blueshore Financial Credit Union Canada), Mysis-LoanIQ (Farm Credit Bank of Texas US), Fiserv-Signature (Mutual of Omaha Bank US) and FIS-ACBS and Systematics (Webster Bank US)


The case studies contain a thorough analysis of the system conversion process based on the real-life experience of financial institutions around the world, starting with selection, continuing through the implementation phases, to going live with the new system, and analysing the outcome.


It presents readers with an independent, unbiased view of the challenges faced by each financial institution with due regard to the specific banking and banking systems markets, the economy, legislation and public awareness in relevant geographies.


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