The banking market is being reshaped by the shifts in the economic landscape, changing customer demand and the desire for new business models. Success in corporate banking is all about developing strong, mutually beneficial customer relationships which can grow into long term partnerships.
To become market leaders in this hyper competitive environment, banks need to evolve a customer-centric business model that focuses on delivering value.
Corporate customers want to speed-up the decision making process along with the most suitable financial products to meet their corporate needs. Banks seek to exceed customers' expectations but at the same time have to follow prudential lending regulations and policy guidelines. The right technology solution can be a source of competitive differentiation for banks.
FinnOne Neo™ Corporate Banking solutions from Nucleus Software cater to the ever changing business demands and needs of large and small businesses. Our offering to banking and financial institutions include solutions to retain existing customers, acquire new customers through dynamic solutions and facilitate growth and profitability across transaction banking and corporate lending businesses.
FinnOne NeoTM Corporate suite provides solutions for Small and Medium Enterprise and large corporates for automating business operations. It helps the corporates in building business around customers with the best of services and customer experience. With specific features for Financial Analysis, Risk Management, etc., it enables banks to capitalize on existing and new opportunities, thus creating value.
Nucleus Software offers comprehensive Transaction Banking solutions covering Global Receivables, Global Payments & Global Liquidity Management, e-Financial supply chain management and Business Internet Banking providing flexible, speedy & efficient execution of transaction management processes. FinnAxia enables bank operations to enjoy the benefits of flexibility and speed through a set of reusable and connected business services. As a result, the bank benefits from reduced hardware and software complexity and total cost of ownership (TCO).