Automation in Banking in the United States - 2016 - Product Image

Automation in Banking in the United States - 2016

  • ID: 4318540
  • Report
  • Region: United States
  • 464 pages
  • Art Gillis
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • D+H
  • Fiserv, Inc.
  • Jack Henry & Associates
  • Profit Stars
  • MORE

This year's edition of the report marks the 31st year of publication.   The original rationale for the design of the report continues to apply even now - to provide shoppers of technology  (financial  institutions)  with a head start by displaying pertinent information  about popular vendors of software and services. The report consists at two parts, Volume I and Volume II:

  •  Vendor information representing 55 hand-plcked companies whose technologies bankers want to buy

  •  Quantitative data representing technology as used by financial Institutions (63 exhibits)

TYPES OF BUYERS

  • Commercial banks
  • Consulting firms - the largest and the smallest
  • Software companies
  • Wall Street and private equity firm analysts
  • Systems integration  companies
  • PR and marketing firms
  • Book-buying  service companies
  • Thrifts
  • Outsource companies Hardware  manufacturers Banking associations
  • Regulatory agencies
  • Research companies
  • Snoops, spins & angel investors

TYPES OF COMPANIES  AND PRODUCTS PROFILED

  • In-House Software companies
  • Outsource companies
  • Cash Management systems
  • Branch Automation applications
  • Check Processing companies
  • Digital Banking proponents
  • Mainframe software and Services companies
  • Internet Banking companies
  • EFT, EBPP, Debit Card and Credit Card companies
  • Profitability Systems
  • Asset/Liability Management systems
  • Trust Department services
  • Remote  Deposit  Merchant  Capture Solutions
  • Securities industry services
  • Analytics specialists
  • Wealth Management systems
  • Data Warehouse products
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Consulting Services
  • Compliance & Fraud Prevention
  • Mortgage-Related Systems
  • Voice Response systems
  • Business Intelligence
  • Mobile Banking solutions

55 tech vendors
304 bank tech solutions

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • D+H
  • Fiserv, Inc.
  • Jack Henry & Associates
  • Profit Stars
  • MORE

1. Executive Summary

2. Directory of Identifiable Outsource Companies (14 Companies)   
 
3. Directory of Al Turnkey Software Companies (10 companies)   
 
4. Corporate Profiles
D+H  
Fiserv, Inc.  
Jack Henry & Associates  
Promontory Interfinancial Network   
 
5. Outsource Company Profiles
Jack Henry  & Associates, Inc.
 
6. Turnkey Software
Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.   
 
7. Companies Specializing in Peripheral Applications
Profit Stars   
 
8. Asset liability Management and Profitability Software(5 solutions)
 
9. Vendors of Platform Automation Systems(16 solutions)   
 
10. Vendors of Check Imaging System's (9 solutions)   
 
11.Vendors of Mainframe-Based Software and Services (7 solutions)   
 
12. Vendors of Internet Banking Systems and Services (18 solutions)   
 
13. Vendors of EFT and Credit Card Services (21 solutions)   
 
15. Document Imaging Systems (6 solutions)   
 
16. Voice Response Systems (3 solutions)   
 
17. Mortgage-Related Systems (6 solutions)
 
18. Providers of CRM Solutions  (11 solutions)
 
19. Cash Management (14 solutions)
 
20. Analytics, Business Intelligence and Database Applications (20 solutions)
 
21. Compliance. Security and Fraud Control So1utions (20 solutions)
 
22. Electronic Bill Presentation and Payments Solutions  (26 solutions)
 
23. Providers of Trust Department Services  (1  company)
 
24. Offshore Companies  (4 companies)
 
25. Risk Management Companies (30  solutions)
 
26. Remote Deposit/Merchant Capture  (4 solutions)
 
27. Mobile Banking (13 solutions)
 
28. Consulting Services (4 solutions)
 
29. Smartphone and Tablet Applications
 
30. Investment Services (7 applications)
 
31.Cloud Solutions   (3 solutions, one company)
 
32. Miscellaneous Applications and Products

33.       Miscellaneous  Applications  and Products                                                                 
Vehicle Accounting, Lending. Network Services, Payroll, Lockbox, lnterbank Transfers, Statement  Formatter, Health Savings Accoun1s, ACH Manager. Supplier Relationship Management, Deposit Matching Service. Disaster Recovery, Collections, Multifactor Authentication, Credit Reporting, Electronic Messaging, Web Hosting & Design, Output Processing, Data Mapping, Marketing Solutions, Virtual  Card Reader (19 Companies)

Charts and Exhibits
1.    Number of Financial Institutions in the U.S.   
2.    Mede of Processing by Size of Banks
3.    Author's Comments AbOU1 Exhibit 2
4.    How the Banks and Thrifts Group Compares with Credit Unions   
5.    Number of Banks and Thrifts That Bought New Core Systems in 2015
6.    Current Method of Processing vs. Historical Preference   
7.    Top5 National & Multi-Regional Vendors -   Community Banks   
8.    Top Global Vendors   
9.    Major National Vendors - Community   Banks -  Changes  in Rank   
10.  Comparison of revenue change over last year in the order of the largest %
11.  Comparison of revenue change over last year in the order of the largest $
12.  Major Tech Companies - Software & Services to All Financial Institutions
13.  Major Companies That Provide Core Services to Fls
14.  Market Share - Global Companies
15.  Twenty-Eight Year Growth Pattern of the Grandaddy Companies
16.  Market Share by Number of Core Customers
17. Companies That Rep0rted New Outsource Sales in 2015
1&.  Comparative Data -Outsource  Companies
19.  Major Outsource Companies as a Group – 29 Year Snapshot
20.  Major Outsource Companies as a Group - 1998-2006
21.  Major Outsource Companies as a Group -  1987-1997
22.  How Suma Outsource Companies Changed -  Past 28 Years
23.  Second Tier Outsource Companies - Number of Customers, 2006-15
24.  Second Tier Outsource Companies  -  1992 to 2005
25.  Outsource Companies Listed by location of Headquarters
26.  Top Turnkey Vendors  -  2015
27. Top Turnkey Vendors  -  1998 - 2003
28.  Top Turnkey Vendors - 1983-1997
29. Software Companies and Their Hardware Pa.1ners
30. Comparative Data - Turnkey Vendors
31.  Turnkey  & Outsource  Sales by  Year (bar graph)
32.  Companies in Both the Outsource and Turnkey  Business
33.  Annual Revenue Per Employee of Selected Companies
34.  Avenue per Employee Averages
35. Companies wi1h Larges Increase/Decrease in Employmentin2015
36. Companies That Made Acquisitions in 2015
37. Number o4 Acquisitions Made in the Past 24 Years
38. The Automation - in Banking Fund  - 2014 to 2015
39.  The Automation in Banking Fund - Nineteen Year Performance
40   Major Suppliers of Software and Services and Their Methods of Delivery
41.  Companies Whose Management Team Hasn’t changed Since Day One
41. Number of Outsource and Turnkey Companies in the Past 29 Years
43.  Mainframe Software Vendors of Core Applications
44.  Outsource Companies owned   by Banks
45.  Five Major Core Vendors at a Glance
46.  Numbero4 Buying Decisions  2015
47.  Number o4 Core Sales, International Market
48.  Number o4 Bu1ing Decisions 2004-2014
49.  ODA Brand Name Systems Used in the U.S.
50.  Total Number of DDA Systems Used by U.S. Fis
51.  Revenues by Core Applications
52. Modern Architecture System Vendors in the U.S., Number of Customers
53.  OperatingP1ofils as a Percent o4 Revenue
54. Claims to Fame
55.  How turnkey software vendors changed in 30 years
56. Knowledge Gained From What You Don’t See In This Report
57.  First Time Appearance for a New Breed of  Tech Companies
58.  Percent  of Revenue by Companies that Go Beyond North America
59. Number of Solutions Offered by Major Vendors
60.  Number of De Novo Banks in the Past Fourteen Years
61.    Decline in the Number of financial Institutions (1994 -2015)   
62.    IT Budgets in 2015 by Size of Banks   
63.    Revenue Drivers for Top Bank Core Vendors   
64.    Pieces of a Complete Banking System and Their Adoption by Banks   
65.    Number of Ancillary Offerings by Vendor   
66.    four Plus Decades of Bank IT Dynamics   
67.    All Core Applications Companies   
68.    Sank Tech Costs by Service   
69.    Buyers of New Core Systems by Type of fl (2007-2015)   
70.    New Development Projects - Jack HenrylProli1S1ars   
71.    New Development  Projects- Fiserv   
72.    Hot Apps .by Fiserv   
73.    Hot Apps  by Jack Henry/Profit Stars   
74.    Sixteen-Year Pattern in the Number of New Core Sales 2000-2015   
75.    Mechanical vs. Analytical Applications   
76.    Vendor  Revenue by Functional Line of Business   
77.    My IT Rules for Bank CEO, CFO, CIO and 'Betty'
78.    Largest Ancillary Applications Services Companies   
79.    Major Innovations in Five Decades   
80.    An Incomplete Look at Top Tier Banks and Their Primary Providers   
81.    How Top Five Core Vendors Compare  Base vs. New Sales   
82.    Companies in this Report that Provide Analytics   
83.    Number of Customers by Brand of Core System   
84.    Major achievements

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  • D+H
  • Fiserv, Inc.
  • Jack Henry & Associates
  • Profit Stars
  • Promontory Interfinancial Network
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