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Banks accelerate Blockchain Investment, reveals Infosys Finacle and LTP study

Banks accelerate Blockchain Investment, reveals Infosys Finacle and LTP study

India Blooms News Service | | 07 Feb 2017, 09:10 pm
Bangalore, Feb 7 (IBNS): Infosys Finacle, part of EdgeVerve Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Infosys, along with its partner Let's Talk Payments (LTP), on Tuesday released a global survey report - 'Blockchain Technology: From Hype to Reality'.

According to the report, over 80 percent of bankers surveyed expect to see commercial adoption of the technology by 2020, with nearly half (50 percent) of the financial institutions already investing or planning to invest during 2017.

This announcement builds on the recent announcement by Emirates NBD and ICICI Bank on the deployment of blockchain technology in international remittances and trade finance.

The aim of the study, which included a survey of more than 100 financial services professionals, was to understand the sentiment of blockchain technology in the following areas:
·         The technology’s current understanding in the banking industry
·         Adoption strategies and investments being pursued
·         The opportunities and challenges that the industry is dealing with

Sanat Rao, Chief Business Officer and Global Head, Finacle, said, “This research reaffirms our belief that the blockchain technology has potential to help banks reimagine banking processes. The technology can help banks automate inter-organization processes, significantly improve transparency and reset existing operational benchmarks. Several progressive organizations have already executed pilots to validate these propositions. We believe, in the coming quarters, the industry will experience greater momentum towards rolling out lab-pilots to real-life use cases.”