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FintechOS technology platform selected for PwC and Microsoft next-generation digital banking solution

FintechOS technology platform selected for PwC and Microsoft next-generation digital banking solution | Fintech Finance

FintechOS, the global leader in high-productivity fintech infrastructure for the banking, insurance, and retail industries, has today announced it is an accredited fintech for PwC and Microsoft’s state-of-the-art digital banking solution, designed to empower financial institutions to innovate, adapt, and modernise.

The collaboration brings together PwC’s deep digital-banking expertise with Microsoft’s market-leading Cloud for Financial Services technology, supported by a few of Microsoft’s vetted and trusted, best-of-breed fintech providers. The API-driven proposition will leverage an ecosystem of fintech’s to provide customers with the best partners. This will enable the full spectrum of digital banking strategies, with the FintechOS platform playing a key role in the provision of banking and investment, customer management, and integration and orchestration services.

Todi Pruteanu, VP of Ecosystem Sales, EMEA at FintechOS said: “We are delighted to be playing a key role in this ground-breaking initiative, as it demonstrates both the market-leading capability of our high-productivity fintech infrastructure and the strength of our relationship with PwC. We are excited about the opportunity to work closely with and actively support PwC as this proposition revolutionises banking across the globe”.

Akhilesh Khera, Partner at PwC said: “FintechOS’ high-productivity fintech infrastructure is integral to our next-generation digital-banking solution. The combination of PwC’s banking knowledge and expertise together with innovative technology, will enable us to design market-leading customer experiences in a lean, technology-enabled operating model. This will drive a massive improvement in time-to –value, and the extensibility of digital banking growth and expansion”.

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