Data Action today enabled more than a dozen Australian banks to go live and be able to publish Product Reference Data as part of Open Banking compliance.
Data Action has announced that it has signed a major strategic partnership with one of the largest mutual banks in the country, Greater Bank.
Data Action (DA), a leading Australian provider of Digital and Core Banking solutions, is pleased to announce that it has partnered with banking disruptor and neobank 86 400, to deliver its Core Banking platform. The cloud-based platform has been operational for several months with all payment rails (including real-time payments) established and money already flowing through the banking system. “Having 86 400’s Core Banking platform live and functional is hugely important for them as they move closer to a full-scale launch,” Data Action’s Chief Technology Officer, Brett Miller said. “We’ve witnessed several recent examples of costly and destructive Core Banking implementation failures across the banking industry, so we know how […]
Nayax Australia, a leading global fintech company, has partnered with First Data for processing all of their customer transactions.