13, April, 2018
i-exceed’s Appzillon Digital Banking has been recognized by IBS Intelligence, a UK based Fintech news, analysis, and research company ,as the second largest selling digital banking solution for the second time in a row in their Sales League Table 2018.
The annual Sales League Table from IBS is a report that has been globally acknowledged as the benchmark for sales activity of various banking solutions.
For some time now, digital banking channels have retained their significance as key driving factors that are helping banks and financial institutions deliver intuitive and engaging user journeys. For 2017, emerging markets of Asia and Africa have been major hubs that have been witnessing increased digitization of their products and offerings.
However, for digital banking channels, an interesting trend has been observed. Specialist digital channel providers like i-exceed are being preferred as a default vendor for delivering digital banking solutions over traditional core banking solution providers.
Over the years, banks and other financial institutions have been leveraging the technical and functional capabilities of Appzillon Digital Banking to transforms banking experiences for both customers and employees. The suite of pre-built omni-channel solutions have assured that end users experience a consistent and engaging user journey across all customer touch points while covering three business lines – self-service, assisted service, and internal operations. Currently, the solutions addresses retail banking, corporate banking, social media banking, customer onboarding, branch and doorstep banking, agency banking, management dashboards, relationship management, and operation workflows.
Joseph John, Managing Director at i-exceed commented, “IBS’s recognition of Appzillon Digital Banking in the Sales League Table for the second time in a row reinstates the fact that i-exceed has established itself as a globally competent FinTech player that is capable of delivering truly transformative digital banking experiences.”