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Fisa Group included as one of the main Core Banking System Vendors for LATAM by Gartner©

In the report "A Banker's Guide to Core Banking Systems for Latin America", published by Gartner on March 20 2019, VP Analyst Vittorio D'Orazio mentions Fisa Group as one of the main regional vendors of Core Banking Systems for LATAM
In this research report, Fisa Group is included in the category of Core Banking Systems (“CBS”) vendors, and its product Fisa System is also mentioned in the report. Fisa System has various installations throughout the LATAM region.
In a breakdown of the capabilities of different providers of all categories, Fisa System stands out as one of the most complete system in terms of business functionalities for Retail Banking and Corporate Banking, thus providing a differentiator in the market. It also has the ability to provide channel management systems and additional modules such as Payment System, Card Management, Remote Deposit Capture and Cash Management.
The report states, “Core banking system renewals are increasing in Latin American countries across all banking segments, driven primarily by digital bank transformation. This research offers bank CIOs a comprehensive evaluation of the apabilities — technical, business and regional — of the vendors in this market.” To access this document, click here (exclusive for Gartner customers).
It goes on to say, "Digital transformation is destined to bring fundamental change to the banking industry worldwide, and Latin American banks are no exception to this trend, with new business models developing around new products and services. In this environment, banks should be able to sell these new products and services to both current clients and new market segments that will enable greater financial inclusion across a region that is largely underserved by the banking industry. Back-office systems, and especially core banking systems, will be at the heart of these changes, across the entire spectrum of the banking business.”

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