The Temenos SCALE conference hosted keynote presentations, from which delegates learned how to innovate within the banking sector, using the cloud, instant payments and open banking, among other technologies and initiatives.
At the event, Temenos showcased a suite of new tools, including next generation releases of its Common Component Lab, a product view portal, and Workbench, which enables banks to adapt their operations to be more productive and risk-free with the aid of automation and DevOps.
Additonally, updates to Temenos’s API platform were showcased, spelling intent to further bolster third-party marketplace capabilities for clients.
This includes the latest release of the Java Extensibility Framework, which extends the capability of Temenos Transact using Java in a productive and secure development environment.
Also at the event was the recognition of Annelies Diepering, engineering lead at ABN AMRO, as winner of the Changemakers Award, for continuous innovation using Temenos technology, reducing software release cycles to just hours while substantially reducing costs.
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“Temenos is the number one banking software company, and we have the largest developer community in industry,” said Paul Roberts, director, Temenos Developer Community & MarketPlace at Temenos.
“We are committed to supporting this dynamic and growing community, providing the knowledge and tools developers need to make the most of our software, helping banks thrive in the new open and digital banking era.
“Temenos SCALE is the premier event for developers in the banking and fintech world, and we are delighted to welcome over 3,000 to our conference this year, which is being held online due to Covid-19.
“Banking is the most exciting place to be for developers right now and together we see a huge opportunity to use technology to make banking better, for everyone, everywhere.”
Temenos Base Camp, which has over 15,000 members, was recently recognised as one of top 10 Best Designed online communities by community consultancy FeverBee.