Temenos (SIX: TEMN), the banking software company, today announced that its annual Temenos Community Forum (TCF), will take place April 2-4 in The Hague, The Netherlands. At its flagship event, Temenos will be showcasing its cloud-native, cloud-agnostic new products: Temenos Infinity – a breakthrough digital front-office product – and Temenos T24 Transact – Temenos’ next-generation product in core banking.
With the theme of ‘Digital Banking Reloaded’, TCF 2019 is a three-day event featuring keynotes by banking and technology leaders, as well as panels, user-led workshops and design-led thinking sessions on the most pressing industry topics:
This year’s TCF will welcome more than 1600 attendees, including forward-thinking leaders from established banks, neo banks and digital disruptors, as well as partners, fintechs, analysts, journalists and industry experts from around the world. The event offers the incomparable opportunity to share experiences with Temenos clients, and hear about real-life use-cases from banks of all tiers that are using technology to digitally transform their customer experiences and gain operational efficiencies.
Carl Robertson, Chief Marketing Officer, Temenos, said: “This year we expect to welcome over 1600 attendees globally at our TCF event which promises to be the biggest and best yet. TCF is now established as the banking industry’s leading forum and a celebration of our community; our clients, partners and our Temenos MarketPlace technology providers form the most dynamic banking technology community. Together, we help banks of all sizes to embark on their digital transformation journeys and reimagine their business models.
We are looking forward to meeting you all and showcase our cloud-native, cloud-agnostic products Temenos Infinity and Temenos T24 Transact. At the event we will be demonstrating how advanced API-first technology coupled with leading design-led thinking and continuous deployment empowers banks to rapidly innovate, connect to ecosystems and enable developers to build in the morning and consume in the afternoon.”
At TCF 2019 attendees will be able to: