CoCoNet demonstrates how its Digital Experience & Integration Platform can help banks to accelerate their digital transformations at EBAday
- CoCoNet’s platform complements EBAday themes of digital transformation, innovation through APIs, real-time payments and Open Banking
- High level of interest from delegates in SWIFT gpi tracking and PSD2 payment capabilities for corporate customers
CoCoNet recently showcased how its powerful and comprehensive Digital Experience & Integration Platform can support banks’ digital transformations at EBAday.
Major themes of EBAday included digital transformation strategies, bank innovation through APIs, real-time payments and Open Banking. The event, which is organised by the Euro Banking Association, took place in Stockholm on 18 and 19 June.
CoCoNet’s next-generation platform perfectly complements the themes of EBAday. It does this by enabling banks to improve their internal processes so that they can accelerate their digital transformations. It also provides them with smart digital products and services that they can use to enhance and simplify their customers’ banking experience.
Delegates at the event wanted to learn how CoCoNet’s solutions could enable their bank to operate more strategically, enhance customer satisfaction and pursue new business opportunities. They were also curious to find out about the new SWIFT gpi tracking of cross-border payments on CoCoNet’s smart dashboards. The SWIFT gpi tracker enables banks’ corporate customers to monitor the exact location of cross-border payments on a world map. Other functionality that attracted a lot of interest were our payment capabilities that support international format handling and multi-banking facilities in line with the requirements of PSD2.
“At EBAday, I spoke to many banking professionals, both existing and potential customers, who were excited by the capacity of our banking solutions to take the complexity out of banking,” said Oliver Olmesdahl, CEO of CoCoNet. “They saw our solutions as a way to delight their corporate customers and to transform faster. That way, they can compete more effectively in a complex and rapidly changing banking world.”