The payments landscape has evolved considerably in recent years, and customers are increasingly demanding the newest innovations from their bank. This rapidly shifting environment presents a material challenge for financial institutions. How should they transition from their current, legacy payment infrastructure, to one that enables modern, flexible and real-time, payment schemes?
Built with a cloud-native, micro-service architecture, API connectivity, and development resources, these platforms enable banks to offer modern payment systems; reduce their time to market; circumvent dependence on multiple vendors; rationalize operational costs; and even achieve a more centralized view of authentication, authorization, exposure, and risk.
Join us for a live demonstration where Diebold Nixdorf reveals how they're bringing a fresh, new way of handling an age-old process, with none of the limitations of legacy systems.
- Legacy systems don’t meet modern expectations, but cloud infrastructure does. Discover how a cloud-native approach provides flexibility and stability at a fraction of the cost.
- Consumers expect to use any means of authentication, on any channel, at any time to initiate a payment. See how to seamlessly add new services across all channels by shifting to a more agile development method, and easily satisfy this demand and ultimately stay competitive.
- Cloud-native technology makes increased transparency possible and grants access to services and talent around the world that were not accessible via legacy technology. Even more importantly, it puts the consumer at the center of the payments process. End-in-mind, a consumer-centric approach will be crucial for the future of payments.
Managing Director & VP Banking Software
Michael Engel is Managing Director/Vice President Banking Software, located in Utrecht, The Netherlands. He is responsible for the global growth of DN’s Retail Banking Payments solutions. He is directly engaging with customers and partners in the efforts of transforming banks into more agile, IT driven organizations. He is a frequent speaker at industry events and seminars about banking transformation, payments, and cloud native solutions/open API driven banking environments. Michael has over 20 years financial services experience and has been with DN since 2002 and held various management positions prior to his current assignment.
Business Development, Payments
Markus Doeinghaus is a Business Development Specialist based in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Markus has extensive experience in restructuring and reforming IT landscapes for banks to optimize transaction processing and enable cross channel consumer journeys. With over 20 years' industry experience, Markus has a deep understanding of both technology and solution architecture roles and has engaged with and supported many strategic customers and partners around the globe. Today Markus's role focuses on supporting our customers with next generation payment solutions, open banking and cloud native and API driven ecosystems.