A leading UK bank wanted to optimize its digital channels to cater to clients and prospects in small business segments. It sought to create consistent user experience across four standard browsers while ensuring compliance with DDA regulations.
Watch the on demand webinar where Virtusa and AWS discuss what it takes to migrate your Hadoop estate to AWS.
By enabling decision-making at the point of data origination, edge computing is now a key lever in digital transformation.
Virtusa, in partnership with Talend, is presenting a webinar around cloud data fabric. Whether it is a proof of concept or implementing a data project, our experts share their expertise.
Virtusa’s Engineering IQ program is designed to continuously build and refine the skills of the workforce through an advanced pedagogy that moves with the speed of business.
In this webinar, our Virtusa team explains the different approaches to cloud migration and dives deep into how the lift-and-shift cloud migration approach is a model that works for many businesses.
Watch this roundtable discussion, on demand, as Virtusa and Quantexa along with other Middle East banking experts discuss how to ‚"Outsmart trade based money laundering attempts with contextual data".
A leading global bank was in the need of a scalable, secured, and proactive strategy to address the rising number of false positives in screening payments and also reduce operational expenses. Virtusa automated the sanction screening workflow using artificial intelligence and helped the bank gain over 98% accuracy in sanction screening.
A leading North American commercial lender needed an automated and integrated solution to accelerate the loan management process and improve experience for borrowers. Virtusa implemented a holistic AI solution to help the client seamlessly migrate its lending operations to cloud and increase the loan processing rate by 30%.
A leading bank wanted a cost-effective strategy to augment customer service, reduce operational expense of maintaining the contact centre, and enable customized services to customers. Virtusa implemented intelligent automation to transform the contact center resulting over $600mn savings.
Join experts from AWS and Virtusa as we discuss how you can accelerate your data transformation journey and unlock insights to drive business transformation across the enterprise.
To reinvent banking for SMEs, banks should focus on three key areas – Digitalization of customer experience, Automation of business processes and Investment in risk modeling.
Learn how a holistic automation strategy can enhance your bank's loan operations efficiency and create an intuitive customer experience.
In this on-demand webinar our AI experts share how they helped some of the largest financial institutions automate their sanction screening with AI.
Facing a tough collections landscape, financial institutions can use this crisis as an opportunity to accelerate use of AI and analytics tools to tackle their conundrum
Technology advancements, modeling, and data mining techniques can self-empower banks with newer ways of engaging with their customers to meet their decisioning objectives.
Virtusa delivered a first-of-its-kind credit scoring model built on Pega Customer Decision Hub (CDH) for a leading Australian Bank.
In this episode of Sparking Innovation, we talk with design luminary Clive Grinyer about the role that design plays within tech-enabled innovation programs.
The cloud is being used to transform our lives and make a positive impact that stays and matters. Healthcare and life sciences companies are leaning heavily on cloud and AI-based systems to drive innovation that helps everyone lead healthier lives.
The Banking Industry, often referred to as the backbone of the economy, is currently undergoing an industry-redefining transformation.
Virtusa creates a Sustainable Investment Platform for a large European Bank, empowering asset managers with the right data and tools to drive customers’ sustainability agenda
The present global situation is showing businesses just how important it is to strengthen their security operations, especially with a majority of the workforce working from home. An increase in cyber attacks and cybersecurity threats in the recent past has highlighted redundancies in the traditional practice of on-prem installed firewall with DMZ and trusted networks. With organizations adopting more distributed environments, exposure to cyber threats and data thefts has significantly increased.
As banks are pivoting toward strategies that are more focused on user need, features that help customers on their journey towards a better financial life are developing from optional to must-have.
With the push for sustainability so strong from both consumers of products and services, as well as governing bodies globally, a majority of companies are actively transforming to become sustainable.
For a bank, enabling a retail customer to aggregate, categorize, and visualize all accounts at a personal level through a single interface ‚ Personal Finance Management (PFM) - is not only technologically possible and desirable but is also becoming table stakes in an increasingly competitive market.
Virtusa develops a 3-year SAP roadmap that includes executing cloud migration and planning for S/4HANA modernization for a leading insurance and annuity provider.
The playbook covers, among other topics, a market overview looking at the low financial literacy of global consumers, how Open Banking has created opportunities for improved spending analysis across people's accounts, different types of PFCs and a thorough overview of international PFC and PFM players in the market and the different types of personal financial coaching and managing products.
At Virtusa, we have created a white paper where we explain how banks can use technology to automate common customer requests, taking pressure off the front-line staff, while simultaneously creating a virtual contact center which home-working staff can use to deliver world-class customer service. All in just under 30 days.
The economies of cloud viewed through the prism of total cost ownership (TCO) presents a skewed version, for this considers only basic costs as a factor of infrastructure savings. Still, when hard-pressed to demonstrate the return of investment (ROI) from expensive cloud investments, most CIOs turn towards TCO calculations. However, TCO models are extremely vendor-specific, and for the user, generally remains domain or industry-specific.