Rajesh Venkatraman

Continuing the path to real-time payments innovation

Since the 1960’s, IBM has worked with banks to help simplify their payment operations by upgrading payment processes, integrating existing silos and renovating legacy systems. In today’s drastically changing payment landscape, banks now wrestle with implementing new real-time payment schemes while satisfying new regulatory mandates and the demands of industry bodies, customer and merchants. These […]

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Accelerating adoption of immediate payments

In a recently blog, I wrote about the pressures on financial institutions to offer immediate payments processing to their customers. ““Banks should plan for a real-time everything in the future – more than just a payment type, real-time will underpin everything digital that a bank does,” states Gareth Lodge, senior analyst at Celent.*” Understanding the […]

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Preparing for instant payments in a digital economy

As the commercial banking landscape transforms rapidly to adapt to an increasingly digital world, it’s clear that client-demand-led schemes like faster payments are challenging the traditional paradigms we’ve held sacred for decades. This is resulting in direct pressure on financial institutions to adapt faster and place a premium on innovation now – more than ever […]

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Fast & Furious: Keeping up with changes in the Payments industry

The digital era is rapidly changing every aspect of our lives through more recent inventions, innovations and new business models. We no longer have to wait for many of the things we did in the past. Want to see a movie? Click here. Need a place to stay? Click here. Looking for a mate or […]

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Confidence in payments

For banking customers, confidence comes from knowing that their payment was completed instantly and securely.  This trust is a key capability banks must consistently demonstrate as they digitally reinvent their services to compete in the global, immediate payments processing marketplace. Instant payments and other new services are being driven by regulatory mandates along with digital […]

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