Misys wants to deliver all solutions through the Cloud

Rick Steves

Financial services software provider Misys has announced the launch of new cloud solutions for the financial services industry under the name Misys FinCloud. The company pledges to enable the use of all its solutions in the Cloud, which should fasten implementations and access to latest innovations. Partnered with Rackspace and NTT Communications to operate the […]

Misys wants to deliver all solutions through the Cloud

Financial services software provider Misys has announced the launch of new cloud solutions for the financial services industry under the name Misys FinCloud. The company pledges to enable the use of all its solutions in the Cloud, which should fasten implementations and access to latest innovations.

Partnered with Rackspace and NTT Communications to operate the infrastructure components, and coupled with improvements in security and performance, the company claims more agility and efficiency to clients through shorter and more predictable on-boarding and updates, in a consumption-based charging model that doesn’t require licensing and a dedicated IT team, with clients paying only for what they use.

misysTom Dawkins, Global Head of Cloud Enablement at Misys, said: “The financial services industry is evolving faster than ever before and we are seeing our customers embarking on wholesale digital transformation projects. Cloud technology is a key enabler of this change. We are enabling all Misys solutions for the Cloud to offer our customers the choice of on-premise or Cloud deployment.

And, the Misys FinCloud guarantees the highest levels of security and service delivery for our clients. Today we are launching new Cloud solutions into each of our four main lines of business – this is a first wave of Misys FinCloud solutions to be launched and we look forward to announcing more as they come on line”.

Misys solutions can be run by financial institutions on the Cloud, in a secure, audited environment, with proactively managed and monitored technology, according to some of its clients: “With our Misys FusionCapital Summit Cloud solution, we benefit from high performance, high availability and strong security. Misys takes care of every aspect of managing the solution so we can stay focused on our business,” said Ferrante Zilioli, CIO at Banca Akros.

Masaaki Moribayashi, Managing Director at NTT Communications, one of the key partners for the infrastructure operations of Misys Fincloud said: “At NTT Communications we know that Cloud adoption is a key strategic priority for many of the region’s banks. Partnering with Misys on the Misys FinCloud marries up our highly available, secure infrastructure technology with Misys market-leading solutions and application management expertise. Together we will partner with financial institutions on their digital transformation journey towards the Cloud helping them to innovate, accelerate and succeed – all the while enjoying the highest levels of compliance and cost efficiencies.”

 

 

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