Temenos has joined forces with Minsait to offer consulting services to lenders looking to digitise their banking technology.
Under the partnership, Minsait will become Temenos’ service partner and aid banks in implementing and maintaining Temenos’ solutions.
It will also offer business process outsourcing (BPO) including cloud operations, card processing and cyber security.
The partnership is aimed at enabling banks across Europe and Latin America to benefit from Minsait’s services to accelerate their journey toward digital banking Temenos’ solutions.
The technology vendor has built its digital banking solutions on open application programming interfaces (APIs), microservices architecture, and DevOps principles.
Temenos international sales president Jean-Paul Mergeai said: “Minsait will further strengthen our implementation and support capability across Europe and Latin America.”
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The consultancy firm, which also plans to train professionals in Temenos technology, has over 10,000 banking technology specialists and services in 40 locations.
Minsait managing director and global head of financial services Borja Ochoa said: “This agreement enables us to present ourselves to the market as a more global player, as we offer distinctive services combining a world-leading software solution and comprehensive service capabilities for the management of major banking technology transformation projects.”
Recently, Temenos formed a similar partnership with everis to promote the adoption of cloud technology and digital transformation of banks in Europe.
Last month, UK-based digital lender Starling unveiled plans to expand its banking-as-a-service (BaaS) offering into Europe.