The process of migration and innovation of the technological systems of Deutsche Bank in Italy has been successfully concluded, carried out with the support of the Cedacri Group, leader in the digital transformation of the banking sector. After the technical suspension of operations scheduled last weekend, to minimize inconvenience to customers, starting from Monday morning all the bank’s online and counter services were gradually resumed. Greater integration of services for customers, more performance and security, strengthened operational capacity with a view to continuous growth and innovation: these are the cornerstones of the “digital revolution” which has introduced new features in line with the needs of a digital, evolved and demanding clientele. The innovations concern all Deutsche Bank channels: from branches to online, from mobile banking to asset managers, from consumer credit to financial consultants, from merchant banking services to corporate banking. The operation resulted in the migration of the bank’s technological platform to Cedacri’s “core banking” system, and this is the first IT transformation project from an in-house model to a software as a service model, created with an Italian partner from a large global banking institution. The operation, which is unprecedented in Italy in scale and complexity, involved a Cedacri team made up of about 400 experts, in constant collaboration with the Deutsche Bank Italia structure and with the German parent company, and led to the qualification 90 applications on the Cedacri platform for the Deutsche Bank group. Due to the restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 health emergency, the migration was carried out completely remotely, through smart working.
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