Banks’ technology teams have a multitude of different transformation strategies available. They can choose between different transformation speeds and between a set of deployments options from on-premises to full SaaS. However, when starting the journey toward digital banking platform architecture (DBPA), technology leaders need to compare their build options with the off-the-shelf availability of suitable banking applications.Forrester - The Evolution Of Digital Banking Platform Architecture Report
Forrester - The Evolution Of Digital Banking Platform Architecture
As traditional banks come under more pressure from digital banking start-ups their transformation becomes critical to maintain their market share. Nevertheless, banks’ application landscapes are not yet in a shape that would allow them to cope with the forces that are disrupting the banking industry.
This report looks at reasons for this situation and offers application development and delivery professionals at banks architectural approaches that ease digital transformation first and prepare for business models or the API economy while building a future-proof enterprise.
Digital banking platform architecture (DBPA) is a layered architecture that fosters continuous change
Transformational coexistence has improved, and business models often require networks of banking application ecosystems
A constellation architecture enables connections within your own banking platform, others’ platforms, software-as-a-service (SaaS) capabilities, and other banking application ecosystems to assemble hybrid solutions that serve your end customer and employees