St. Galler Kantonalbank Goes Live With CREALOGIX’s Hybrid Platformby Fintechnews Switzerland June 3, 2021
St.Galler Kantonalbank (SGKB) selected Swiss digital banking software provider CREALOGIX to pursue new paths in the digitalisation of its infrastructure and the new platform went live in May 2021.
This enables it to integrate new digital applications quickly and easily, while the platform incorporates various modules relating to customer support and outreach, which support the bank’s transition.
The bank is thus better able to position itself effectively in a demanding market.
The hybrid platform from CREALOGIX combines the latest technology in digital banking with modules for customer support and outreach in the self-service channel.
This enables the bank to integrate new applications and provide them for the end customer straightforwardly via the API-based architecture.
At the same time, the hybrid platform permits the combination of existing architecture with new applications, which is not only cost-efficient but also offers added scaling potential.
The main modules of the new platform comprise general digital banking functions such as document management, push notifications, securities and payment transactions.
A major advantage of the CREALOGIX hybrid platform is its open architecture, which permits the bank to incorporate third-party applications itself quickly and easily and thus offer customers added value.
With a new security token concept, the existing internal third-party applications, such as HäschCash or Wiitblick, and external third-party applications can likewise be incorporated uniformly according to the latest security standards.
Falk Kohlmann, Head of Market Services and Member of the Executive Management at St.Galler Kantonalbank said
“With the solution from Crealogix, we have readied our digital banking for the coming challenges and are now able to further expand the experience for our customers quickly via the open architecture.”
Oliver Weber, CEO of CREALOGIX said,
“We are delighted that our solution was able to bridge the gap for SGKB between the existing infrastructure and the new applications of open banking, and that it can now be scaled quickly and easily.
The hybrid platform thus forms the optimal basis for the implementation of St.Galler Kantonalbank’s digitalisation strategy.”