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Traditional payment IT cycles hurt small banks

13 June 2019
by Vinay Prabhakar, Vice President, Product Marketing

Smaller banks recognize the merits of delivering the digital payment services, but core technology providers are struggling with the pace of change, and the traditional annual upgrade cycle is no longer appropriate, even for the smallest of banks.

This has created a mismatch between the needs of smaller financial institutions and the technology available from their suppliers as mobile and other digital payments accelerate.

Small banks may be pushing back against vendors who prioritize large clients and force smaller organizations to wait too long for new technology.

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Vinay Prabhakar
Vice President, Product Marketing

Vinay Prabhakar

Vinay Prabhakar is Vice President, Product Marketing for Volante Technologies. He is a subject matter expert in payments and transaction banking, with over two decades of experience helping leading fintechs and banks grow and thrive.

Vinay Prabhakar

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