What is Finacle? - Definition from WhatIs.com
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Finacle is a core banking suite developed and marketed by India's Infosys Technologies.

In addition to core banking, Finacle suite includes modules for various other banking and financial needs including e-banking, mobile banking, treasury, wealth management, customer relationship management (CRM), business analytics, operational data store and specialized core banking solution for regional rural banks (RRBs).

First released in 1999, Finacle found a place in Gartner's Leaders Quadrant for International Retail Core Banking in 2011. Finacle’s banking customers are spread across the globe including Africa, Middle East, Europe, and Asia.

This was last updated in August 2012
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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