As an industry leader, CSI participates in professional discussions or provides insight into recent technology developments. Below is a list of recently published articles.
Credit Union Times; Online; Sept. 13, 2013
SaaS In the Enterprise; online; July 3, 2013
In banking, the crown jewels are the hosted core systems that house an institution's official transaction record. In most banks it sits in the headquarters where it is treated reverentially. But not at the Bank of Kentucky.
The core is the bank's memory of money in, money out -- it's what regulators routinely sift through -- and so it's integral to the business. Yet growing numbers of financial institutions -- confronting a world of ever more complicated technology -- are choosing to outsource their cores and use software-as-a-service.
BAI Banking Strategies; Online; June 26, 2013
Cloud computing is claimed by many proponents as the next great frontier in banking technology. So, it is no surprise that cloud computing is growing exponentially. To make the most out of cloud computing, banks should assess their level of readiness and outline a long-term strategy for maximizing the return on investment.
BankNews; Online; June 2013
Social media is the Wild West of consumer engagement. On one hand, word-of-mouth recommendations across social media channels are driving new business and helping community banks gain a more prominent reputation among larger banks. On the other hand, one bad customer experience, shared by the wrong person at the wrong time, can ignite a firestorm of negative attention.
Bank Systems & Technology; Online; April 8, 2013
A core systems transformation is perhaps the biggest technology project a bank can undertake. Core systems do more than just run the business; many banks are replacing legacy systems with newer ones in order to provide better, more tailored customer service and become more efficient. There are many factors a bank must consider when looking at replacing or upgrading its core systems.
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