Zurich – The fintech firm Crealogix has entered into a partnership with the US IT company IBM. Together, the two companies are aiming to help banks accelerate digital transformation processes.




According to a press release, the Zurich-based fintech Crealogix has agreed a partnership with IBM. The aim of this collaboration is to offer improved support to financial institutes in managing their digitization processes. The partners intend to offer new consultancy services and tools to achieve this.

In specific terms, Crealogix will be seeking to provide standardized Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions based on the IBM cloud. These should contribute to ensuring the integration of innovative technologies in the field of digital banking services. Crealogix is also planning to join the Financial Services Cloud from IBM “in order to integrate even better into the customer's IT system”, it states in the press release.

“Together, we will be offering some of our key products such as the Financial Advisory Workbench and our innovative Digital Banking Portal”, comments Oliver Weber, CEO of Crealogix, before adding: “In addition, we will launch fully integrated solutions on the market together”.

According to Thomas Hager, Vice President Banking and Financial Markets EMEA at IBM, this is “more than just a partnership” for IBM. He explains: “We are positioning financial service providers in the digital banking of the future and will mobilize the longstanding expertise of Crealogix in the fields of digital and mobile banking to offer our customers added value via our Global Business Services”.

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