Technology Awards 2017 – Best Integration Advisor

Best Integration Advisor

SYNPULSE

For many private banks in Asia, the challenge of implementing new technology platforms, especially in the absence of a sound infrastructure, is not only daunting but risky. Even so, client and regulatory demands mean that banks must adapt to new technological realities or risk falling behind.

Accordingly, there is a pressing need for integration advisors that understand the technicalities and nuances of what such projects entail.

For the third consecutive year, Synpulse has proven that it has the functional and technical industry expertise to turn transformational technology projects of various scales into smooth successes.

As an advisor, Synpulse utilises best practice processes and is able to achieve successful go-lives within short turnaround times, all the while simplifying and prioritising client goals with meticulous roadmaps.

In 2017, the firm took on multiple private banking projects of various magnitudes. With its holistic target operating model, BANKINABOX®, and teams of professional specialists, Synpulse was able to clearly identify project targets, risks and costs, while providing gap and risk analyses. Ultimately, the firm delivered comprehensive evaluations and assessments for each project.

In addition to winning project mandates from medium and large-sized private banks, Synpulse’s advisory business has also proven a success, receiving high praise from multiple clients for its training and development, and vendor selection consultations.

Synpulse is the winner of Asian Private Banker’s Best Integration Advisor Award in 2017.

Yves Roesti, managing director & partner, Synpulse

“Synpulse is proud to have won this award three years running—this affirms us in our ability to keep pace with the everchanging industry landscape.

Winning the award in such a competitive field means a lot to us, and seeing our ecosystem partners emerge winners simultaneously is a great testament to the quality of our joint solutions.”