NETinfo has been recognized in Gartner’s Market Guide for Digital Banking Platforms, released in September 2020, as a Representative Vendor. The report states, “this guide will help CIOs identify capabilities and vendors best-suited to their strategic needs within an evolving market.”
The Representative Vendors named in Gartner’s 2020 Market Guide for Digital Banking Platforms were recognized as part of Gartner’s ongoing digital banking research. According to the report, “to be included in the list, vendors had to meet two requirements:

  • Must be able to position the solution as an enabler of new business models, operating models or revenue streams by leveraging a combination of data and analytics, integration capabilities and ecosystems.
  • Must possess composable business functionality combined in a single product offering.”

The Market Guide for Digital Banking Platforms addresses the wide-ranging platform requirements of banks which have the need for digital transformation. According to Gartner, “A robust digital banking platform (DBP) can enable new engagement models with digital ecosystems. This leads to entirely new line-of-business revenue streams, such as identity, custody and insight, and other basic banking capabilities through APIs”.

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Gartner is the world’s leading research and advisory company. We believe that being recognized as a Representative Vendor in the Market Guide for Digital Banking Platforms is a result of our 20-year experience in providing state-of-the-art solutions to banks and financial institutions, helping them position themselves for the future.

Gartner “Market Guide for Digital Banking Platforms,” Ali Merji, Jeff Casey, 14 September 2020

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