Atos positioned as a Leader in FinTech Services in Banking by analyst firm NelsonHall
17 July 2017
Atos, has been positioned as a leader in FinTech Services in Banking in the NelsonHall NEAT vendor evaluation study that assesses 14 global vendors that offer FinTech Services as part of their banking BPS portfolio.
The research from NelsonHall shows that Atos is committed to delivering FinTech services as a core differentiator of its offering. The research describes as a key strength for Atos, its strong presence and IP in payments with Worldline, which is both a FinTech financial institution and a vendor of PaaS cloud-delivered services.
Commenting on the importance of Fintech services, Dan Cohen, Group Senior Vice President at Atos for Global Financial Services, said: “The FinTech and InsurTech communities are vital in re-shaping front and back-end processes that touch everyone’s lives. They positively disrupt the industry to improve value to all who play by changing conventional thinking. It is important to Atos to be sure we are there to both disrupt and facilitate the change by leveraging our capability to mitigate the risks associated with the delivery of this much desired innovation on all sides of the client-to-customer transaction.”
Atos includes FinTech services in in all of its banking engagements across four key domains:
- Customer experience: including analytics, omnichannel access, and mobile payments/wallets
- Operational excellence: IT services and solution modernization
- Trust and compliance: risk management, compliance, anti-fraud, financial crime management, reporting, and cyber security
- Business reinvention: data management, cloud services, connected living, and high-performance computing.
The NelsonHall research also listed Atos strengths in FinTech services as being its technology capabilities and proprietary IP in credit origination and management, data management and fraud detection; its close relationships with many leading FinTech software vendors and its investment in software-defined data center capability.