Syncordis has entered into a new partnership to deliver an array of Temenos certified services to banks across the world.

Under the partnership, Syncordis will help in the implementation of core banking platform Temenos T24 Transact and Temenos WealthSuite.

The collaboration will also bolster Syncordis’ expertise in managing migration, implementation, testing and upgrading Temenos solutions for its clients.

Temenos Partners & Operations head Neal McLoughlin said: “At Temenos, we understand the power of partnerships and we have built the most dynamic community in the banking industry.

“We are delighted to expand our partnership with Syncordis to a global strategic alliances and value their commitment.

“Together, we will leverage the power of our cloud-native, cloud-agnostic banking software to transform the banking industry.”

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI), Syncordis supports end-to-end software implementation and system integration projects at banks. The company primarily focuses on delivering Temenos products and has developed accelerators to facilitate the implementation.

Syncordis CEO Guillaume Desjonqueres said: “We are excited to partner with Temenos, the market leader in cloud-native, cloud-agnostic banking software, and confident that we will be able to deliver outstanding services and experiences to our customers through this strategic alliance.”

Syncordis is based in Luxembourg and has 12 offices across the globe with more than 300 experts.

Recently, Australian challenger Judo Bank signed up for Temenos core banking solutions.