Current digitization initiatives in banks often use only individual technologies to automate manual activities. However, a digital transformation based on the 'Zero Back Office' principle creates requirements for financial institutions that call for a mix of technologies.
Complex processes and undisclosed data often obstruct digital transformation efforts within the business departments of banks. In order to work more efficiently and cost-effectively, financial institutions should rely on next-generation software solutions in which domain expertise is part of the DNA.
This fall you can experience the knowis experts on stage several times. In the light of the current situation and upcoming challenges, they will show which characteristics next generation banking solutions must have and how they can be implemented and used in practice.
knowis uses state-of-the-art technologies to build future-proof solutions that enable financial institutions to meet current challenges. The knowis experts will demonstrate what a next generation banking solution looks like in the webinar "Next Generation Banking Solutions in der Praxis" on September 29, 2020.
To keep up with the rapid pace of their competitors, financial institutions have to take banking to the cloud. IBM is offering the first public cloud that addresses the industry's specific needs. knowis AG is part of the growing ecosystem and has committed to onboard its banking platform isfinancial.
Banks need to embrace technology to successfully adapt to the changing requirements of the financial market. We have asked industry experts to share their views on the greatest value of the new IBM offering Financial Services Workbench for cloud transformation projects in financial institutions.
IBM Financial Services Workbench enables banks to utilize cloud technologies for their digital transformation. We have interviewed a range of business experts on the new IBM offering. Jörg Erdmenger, vice president of Engineering at knowis AG, explains which values it brings for IT operations teams.
Financial institutions need to embrace new technologies such as cloud to drive their digital transformation initiatives. IBM Financial Services Workbench enables them to realize this. In a video interview, Frank Muggendorfer, business analyst at knowis AG, shares his perspective on the new IBM offering.
IBM Financial Services Workbench enables financial institutions to utilize cloud technologies and accelerate their digital transformation. We have asked different industry experts to share their view on the new offering – one of them is Saja Darwish, software developer at knowis AG.
Cloud technologies have the potential to accelerate the digital transformation of financial institutions. IBM Financial Services Workbench enables banks to utilize these new technologies. Stephan Kliche, client technical architect at knowis AG, discusses the values of the new IBM offering.
The global technology congress 'IBM Think' was turned into 'IBM Think Digital' in 2020, the year of the Coronavirus pandemic. The online event was open to IBM partners and customers free of charge. knowis AG was in the digital spotlight in several sessions and was once again awarded by IBM.
With IBM Financial Services Workbench, financial institutions get an opportunity to drive their digital transformation with cloud technologies. Michaela Santl, head of engineering at knowis, is one of the industry experts who share their point of view on the offering in a short interview.
Financial institutions are working hard on their digital transformation. IBM Financial Services Workbench supports them in this endeavor, utilizing cloud technologies. Christian Sternkopf, vice president of product management at knowis, shares his perspective on the offering in a one-minute video.
Being an expert for software solutions, knowis AG joined the Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN). The aim is to exchange experiences and to not only apply the BIAN standards for open software architectures in finance, but also actively develop these standards further.
IBM Financial Services Workbench supports the digital transformation of financial institutions utilizing cloud technologies for next-gen business solutions. Michael Rehfisch, knowis head of professional services, speaks about his perspective on the offering’s value for financial services in a video.
The impact of Covid-19 on the financial world and the entire economy is so extensive that it is difficult to keep track. That is why we have compiled some interesting articles and websites for you, shedding light on the topic from different perspectives.
With IBM Financial Services Workbench, financial institutions can accelerate their digital transformation by building cloud-native solutions easily and quickly. As part of our video series, Torsten Spörl, head of banking solutions at knowis, talks about his opinion on the new product.
IBM Financial Services Workbench enables financial institutions to accelerate digital transformation, utilizing cloud technologies and microservices architectures. Ileana Honigblum, vice president of sales and marketing at knowis, shares her point of view on the new offering.
Many digitization projects in the financial sector fail because their complexity is underestimated. In a webinar recording, Thomas Bohn from IBM and Stefan Engl from knowis provide practical recommendations for a successful digital transformation in corporate lending.
Flexible and without compromising security and compliance – this is what a modern software solution for financial institutions should look like. Together with IBM and knowis, Aareal Bank talks about implementing a cloud strategy for outsourcing business processes.
Due to the increasing digitization of machines and systems, data instead of steam is now the driving force for innovations in the industrial sector. Banks can benefit from this networking of business processes – if they analyze usage data in real time and on this basis offer their customers tailored financing.
After many years of cooperation between knowis and IBM in the implementation of credit solutions, Big Blue has now released a product that incorporates knowis' expertise. The IBM Financial Services Workbench provides banks with a tool that enables them to build cloud-native microservices quickly and easily.
It's the 13th time IBM invites the financial industry to gather at the banking hotspot Frankfurt. The banking conference 'Bank und Zukunft' ('Bank and Future') will take place on 23 October this year and is aimed at both decision-makers and IT experts from the banking and financial services sector.
Following the theme “Thriving in a hyper-connected world”, Sibos, one of the most important international events in the financial sector, will take place in London from 23 to 26 September 2019. As a long-standing business partner of IBM, knowis AG will also be present in London.
Aareal Bank AG is the first German bank to outsource material processes to the cloud. On the way there, financial institutions have to take many regulatory hurdles. In the THINK Blog DACH you can now read how knowis and IBM are supporting Aareal Bank in its pioneering role.
IBM dedicates an entire day to the financial industry at the tech event 'Think at IBM', taking place at BIKINI Berlin from May 20 to June 29. On June 18, knowis will be part of the expert panel discussing open banking and strategies for implementing digital business models.
IBM awarded knowis AG with the Bestseller Award 2018 for the smart use of IBM technologies in the creation of business solutions. Ileana Honigblum, Vice President Sales at knowis, accepted the award at the IBM Partner Ecosystem Executive Summit in Berlin.
End-to-end processes, platforms and AI – these are the topics that the Euroforum event 'Rethinking Corporate Banking', which takes place on April 4th and 5th, focuses on. knowis is part of the symposium and explains why the journey towards a banking platform pays off for financial enterprises.
The name of the annual IBM conference, to be held February 12-15 in San Francisco, is certainly an invitation. As an IBM business partner, knowis AG is participating not only with sessions on Open Banking, but also as part of a high-quality panel discussion.
Since January 2018, the EU Directive PSD2 applies. This means more flexibility and transparency for the customers, but it entails a profound transformation of standards for banks. To profit nonetheless, financial institutions should rely on innovative business models and open banking.
On 29th and 30th November 2018 the annual conference 'Credit Processes of the Future' of the Euroforum will take place in Frankfurt am Main. This year knowis AG can also be found in the list of speakers - as part of a joint presentation with Commerzbank.
knowis is a specialized software vendor located in Regensburg, Germany. Founded in 2004, the mission is to develop highly flexible and agile solutions, particularly with regard to managing and automating complexity.