With its recent acquisition of UK-based design firm Brilliant Basics, Infosys has managed to bag banking deals for its Finacle product, which could give a much-needed fillip to its platforms business. Sanat Rao, Chief Business Officer and Global Head of Finacle, told BusinessLine over the telephone that the software major was able to get orders from three banks recently, including two in West Asia and one in the US.
“This will not just provide the technology backbone but will also analyse the information for banks, provide insights to financial institutions – which can reduce frauds, risk and customer insights – and streamline operations using automation, according to Sanchit Vir Gogia, founder, Greyhound Research.
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