Intellect Design Arena has announced the global launch of its complete end-to-end Digital Core Banking solution, IDC 17.1. The product has been specially designed for Truly Digital banking and carries unique differentiators including the deployment of BOTS, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Language.
The product was unveiled at a glittering function at Mumbai, well attended by CEOs, Business Heads, Technology heads and Operations Heads from Public sector Banks, Private Sector Banks, MNC Banks and Challenger Banks. Ashok Vaswani, CEO, Barclays UK, presided over the evening function and delivered the Keynote address.
Speaking at the occasion, Ashok Vaswani, CEO, Barclays UK, said, “The digital revolution that we are in currently is an amazing event and transformation. The ability to take customer journeys and automate them, enabling a customer to self-serve becomes a very critical element. The real power of technology comes when new business models evolve, which is actually possible only because of digital technology. With digital, banks are trying to get a phenomenal customer experience and allow for speed.”
Adding further, he said, “For the first time, Regulators and Technology have come together. Regulators are pushing banks to get into the digital age. Open banking is something that is being driven by the regulators. In this digital age, the biggest issue is actually people. How are we going to make people tech-savvy? Therefore, this transformation is a big one at a cultural level; this is an incredible transformation that we are going through. This experience for me has been a rapid learning curve in the past few weeks”.
Intellect Digital Core banking solution, IDC 17.1 is a classic product based on high end Design Thinking. The solution has been completely designed around ”Customer in the Center” paradigm. What this translates to is Banks can now offer highly personalised products and experiences, through a seamless omnichannel. Products can be very easily customised or bundled, new products can be very quickly launched, along with relationship-pricing capability.
Arun Jain, Chairman and Managing Director, Intellect Design Arena said, “The bank’s customers are so used to the experiences from an Amazon or YouTube platforms that it is quite natural to expect similar experiences on their banking platform. There are 2 major stumbling blocks due to which Banks struggle to give such personalised and frictionless experiences. One stumbling block is around fragmentation of technology. The second is around fragmentation of products. This is the paradigm we cracked with a revolutionary design. IDC 17.1 will enable Banks to present a unified Digital Face across products such as
Core, Credit Cards, Lending and Wealth. It will also enable a delightful and seamless
experience across devices such as laptop, iPad, mobile with thoughtful functionalities such
as Save & Resume across devices”.
IDC 17.1 leverages contemporary technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning & BOTS to drive Digital 360, Real time and Contextual Banking. IDC 17.1 is powered by a Real time GL that enables critical decisions in real time, whether it is payments or risk management. The Real time n-tier GL allows drill down to nth level of transaction, resulting in zero reconciliation. IDC 17.1 leverages AI & ML to give banks the capability to make Persona-based product offers. Taking a flying leap from demographics, banks can now leverage social behaviour & lifestyle to make these offers. IDC 17.1 also
comes with an end-to-end integrated digital lending platform include Origination, Loan
Management, Collections and Collateral Management System.
Rajesh Saxena, CEO, Consumer Banking Business, Intellect Design Arena, said, “The Power
of IDC 17.1 is our capability to drive best of both worlds, i.e. truly digital outside and inside.
While IDC 17.1’s Digital Face helps present a unified face across businesses to the Customer,
Digital 360 presents the same to the Banker. IDC 17.1 brings Banking BOTS into center stage,
helping Banks design Lean Operations, both from Turn-around-Time (TAT) perspective as
well as bringing down Operating costs significantly”.