The mobile banking solution that equips your bank today for tommorrow's innovations
A value-added service less than a decade ago, the preferred banking channel of millennials across the globe today, and, possibly the only banking channel that customers will use a decade from now!
Mobile banking by itself is no longer enough!
In such a scenario, banks cannot afford to relax! Barely offering a plain-vanilla mobile banking solution in a market wherein disruption has become the norm can be suicidal. Disruptions such as cloud-based deployments, distributed ledgers, location-based services, banking through wearables, and so on signify a customer-centric, rather than a product-centric approach to banking.
The Ducont Bank.Companion: The mobile banking solution that equips your bank today for tomorrow’s innovations
An out-of-the-box solution that enables immediate roll-out of mobile banking capabilities. The Bank.Companion is a leading mobile banking solution deployed in more than 35 banks across the globe, including ING Bank, Bank Muscat, Rakbank etc.. The Bank.Companion can be offered on the IBM Mobile First Platform, on Android, iOS as well as html and can seamlessly integrate with your bank’s legacy core systems. Offering seamless integration across multiple touch-points through a robust mobile banking middleware, the Bank.Companion can also offer multiple deployment models, both on-premise and cloud-based.
- 24/7/365 banking offering better customer engagement
- Biometric and multi-factor authentication for enhanced security
- PCI-DSS compliant
- Enables seamless, Omni-channel customer experience
- Device, form-factor, and platform agnostic
- Support administered by SLAs
- Proprietary middleware
- Easy integration with legacy core banking systems as well as componentized architectures
- Enables cloud deployment
- Single framework with multi-play approach
From The Blog
Cloud computing is an IT delivery model which enables banks to efficiently use their IT resources and maximize returns on investment through cost savings.
The banking industry has come a long way from being largely personnel-driven around 5 to 7 years back to predominantly digital today.