Microservice-based architectures and DevOps methods for app development are central to using the cloud-native model. In leveraging cloud technologies to rapidly deliver new and updated user experiences that advance core business requirements and strategies, the main goal is to remain focused on customer needs.
Sensibill and IBM Cloud are leveraging AI-technology to digitize receipts and help financial institutions improve their relationship with self-employed professionals and small business owners.
As developers at UBank, Australia’s leading digital bank, we’re constantly reconfiguring the way we work to produce the next big innovation for both our business and the digital banking industry. Disruption through innovation is at the heart of everything we do. One of our most recent innovations is RoboChat, Australia’s first AI chatbot to help […]
Operating since 2008 with a maximum of 200 employees forces UBank to attract new business through non-traditional methods. As Australia’s leading digital-only bank, UBank’s online home loan application process disrupted retail banking by delivering a simpler, better and smarter customer experience.
During 4Q17, we added three new 3rd party services to our growing partner ecosystem on the IBM Cloud platform. From IoT to A.I. to wealth management, we're adding more services to give you, our developers, the services you need for build compelling digital solutions.
The nature of money has evolved for a millennia and has now become fully digitized. Thousands of years ago, a bank account -- if you can call it that - likely consisted of a bag of coins or shells that were stashed away safely. During the Middle Ages, the double-entry accounting system was established, signaling the emergence of payments and the double-entry ledger then became the norm. This supported the movement of money across great distances. It also enabled money to be stored safely with a central party who could track and access those funds at different locations. This also facilitated the concept of credit, effectively paving the way for modern-day banking.