Accenture and cloud banking services provider nCino have agreed to expand the geographical scope of their alliance.
The partners will now deploy cloud-based digital banking platform for clients in Asia-Pacific and EMEA regions as well.
The two companies have worked together since 2014 to implement the nCino Bank Operating System.
They also worked together to upgrade critical internal processes of the financial institutions.
Initially, the collaboration was limited to the US and Canada. Gradually, it was expanded to include additional markets such as the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
Under the collaboration, the two companies work together to help the financial institutions replace their old infrastructure with nCino’s Bank Operating System.
The system includes customer relationship management, loan origination, customer onboarding and deposit account opening services.
Additionally, it encompasses workflow, enterprise content management and instant reporting capabilities into a single cloud-based platform.
Accenture managing director for banking practice Jared Rorrer said: “We have drawn on our experience in the US and global network of more than 7,600 professionals focused on Salesforce projects to create a set of nCino-specific accelerators and tools to simplify complex implementations and bring speed and clarity to the delivery of the nCino Bank Operating System globally.
“As the demand for the cloud has increased dramatically in financial services, moving into additional markets with nCino is a natural extension of our strategic relationship.
“We’re deeply vested in the success of this platform and remain committed to ensuring that our clients get the most of their implementation.”
Recently, US-based Investar Bank tapped nCino to streamline back office functions.