RS2 Software Asia Join the IFX Forum

Based in San Francisco, Bank of the West offers a full range of personal, commercial, wealth management and international banking services through more than 700 retail and commercial banking locations in the United States.


Ebix acquires Australian firm

More than 80% of Australia’s insurance intermediaries use Ebix’s technology and the acquisition of Fintechnix is a direct play further into those life insurance and wealth management spaces.


TORA hires head of sales for Southeast Asia

Itoh will be responsible for expanding the company's presence in Singapore and Southeast Asia, with a focus on execution and order management system TORA Compass.


ANZ inks CapGemini Deal

ANZ to enter into a managed service agreement with Capgemini for IT testing and environment services


First Win for the OLYMPIC Banking System in Indonesia

Adrian Williamson, Director at ERI Singapore, said:”This new contract is in line with our international development strategy and we feel confident that other financial institutions and banks will want to take advantage of the rich functional coverag


Tech core to Suncorp’s $275m program

Suncorp has just finished another technology upgrade program known as building blocks, which was announced in May 2010, and is set to achieve, chief executive Patrick Snowball’s aim of creating annual savings of $235 million by June 2013.


BIDV to launch e-banking services

With this service, BIDV customers can manage accounts and conduct transactions anytime, anywhere through the internet and mobile phones without going directly to the bank.


Biz software startups less 'sexy' but future rosier

Michael Yoshikami, CEO and founder of investment consultancy firm Destination Wealth Management, went on to say that investors and venture capitalists tend to lean more toward consumer-based startups since the potential payoff can occur more quickly and t


SS&C targets Asian growth as GlobeOp deal accepted

SS&C Technologies looks set to aggressively target growth and new clients in Asia through its $920m tie-up with fellow admin firm GlobeOp, which was all but finalised after the offer became unconditional on Monday.