Get More From Your Core Without Replacing It
Register for this on-demand Webinar and learn why you do not need to replace your Credit Union’s core to deliver personalized products and services to your member community.
Core Conversion: Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze?
Have you recently considered taking on a banking core conversion? Are you wondering if it will be worth the effort? Register for this on-demand webinar and learn why you do not need to convert your core to drive banking transformation at scale.
Buy Now Pay Later: The opportunity you don’t want to miss
During the webinar, we will look into the current state of BNPL offerings in the CEE region, key regional players, and challenges. You will hear from the region’s prominent experts and have an opportunity to look into their way of creating BNPL products in their companies.
Know When to Hold or Fold on Your Banking Core
Is your Credit Union considering taking on a banking core conversion? Explore how to modernize your digital banking channels without disrupting your core. Accelerate time to value, supercharge your core, and roll out innovative digital products and services in a fraction of the time.
Wow your customers now!
Make time to watch this webinar moderated by BAI. Learn how institutions of all sizes can build customized digital products and experiences with a low-code framework.
Selling with Partners. FintechOS in Banking
Book your seat to find out more about FintechOS selling strategy with partners in banking and discover FintechOS solutions
The Future of Mortgages: Digital or Hybrid?
Mortgages are still one of the largest, most complex financial products and processes. Thus, even the most digital-savvy consumers want to be guided throughout a decision of this magnitude. To remain competitive, lenders need to consider taking a hybrid approach – which combines enhanced digital capabilities with human guidance and assistance.
How Digital Innovation Can Improve Access to Finance for SMEs
Access to finance remains a critical barrier for SMEs to start, sustain and grow their businesses in the CEE region and worldwide. Yet, despite their important role in job creation and economic activity, SMEs still receive a disproportionately small share of credit from the financial system.