Arab Tunisian Bank (ATB) has chosen banking software company Temenos for its digital transformation programme.
Digital product Temenos Infinity and banking software Temenos T24 Transact — as well as Temenos Payments Hub, Advanced Analytics and Financial Crime Mitigation (FCM) — will be used to enhance the ATB digital banking platform.
The bank has also selected Information Technologies Solutions & Services (ITSS) as its implementation partner.
“With state-of-the-art banking software and 25 years of expertise, Temenos was the clear strategic technology partner of choice for us at ATB, combined with ITSS’s experience, which was awarded as Temenos Regional Partner of the Year 2019,” said Mohamed Ferid Ben Tanfous, CEO at ATB.
“Temenos’s end-to-end digital banking platform will enable us to offer enhanced, personalised digital experiences for our customers and become a global business partner for customers by developing new lines of business — a key priority at ATB.”
Laurent Bramy, regional director for French-speaking territories at Temenos, added: “ATB will leverage Temenos's global experience and local knowledge in providing scalable, packaged software to lower the cost of deployment and gain business agility.”
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