Virtusa Corporation, a global provider of digital strategy, digital engineering, and IT outsourcing services that accelerates business outcomes for its clients, announced that it has been recognised as one of the leading global financial technology providers in the 2018 IDC Fintech Rankings. Virtusa was ranked 30th on the list, a major jump from its 39th position in the 2017 IDC Fintech Rankings.
“We are very pleased to be recognised by IDC as a top consulting and IT outsourcing provider, as it reflects our clients’ confidence in our ability to deliver industry-leading solutions,” said Virtusa Executive Vice President and Global Head (Solutions) Bob Graham. “The banking environment today is undergoing unprecedented change driven by a combination of disruptive technologies, innovation, and competition from Fintechs, shifting demographics, and changes in regulations. Leveraging our deep domain expertise along with our consulting services and our cloud-based Open Innovation Platform, Virtusa is helping our clients develop approaches and implement solutions that accelerate banking innovation.”
The Fortune 500-style ranking categorises and evaluates top global providers of financial technology based on calendar year revenues from financial institutions for hardware, software, and services. These providers supply the technological backbone of the financial services industry, an industry for which IDC Financial Insights forecasts worldwide spending on IT across the globe to reach half a trillion dollars by 2020.
To thrive in a digital economy, financial services organisations must embrace innovative, cutting-edge technology and integrate it effectively to enhance the customer experience and achieve operational excellence. Virtusa Corporation and the vendors featured on the IDC Fintech Rankings are recognised for their commitment to helping financial institutions successfully execute their digital transformation initiatives for the betterment of their customers around the world. IDC Financial Insights publishes a comprehensive report about the year’s findings (available to view or download at https://www.idc.com/prodserv/insights?utm_source=PR#financial-fintech_rankings).
“A place on the IDC Fintech Rankings is a significant accomplishment, demonstrating a provider’s commitment to the success of its financial institution clients,” stated IDC Financial Insights research manager Karen Massey. “The IDC Fintech Rankings, now in its 15th year, is the global industry standard register of financial services tech providers, and we congratulate the 2018 winners.”
With more than 25 years of industry experience, Virtusa has become the partner of choice for banks and financial services firms, helping them navigate the challenges of digitally transforming while also driving operational excellence and cost efficiency. It supports a large number of banking and financial services clients across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Australia, including more than half of the top 30 global banks and many of the top national and regional institutions for the countries Virtusa works in. Virtusa’s dedicated banking and financial services practice covers retail banking, corporate banking, capital markets, cards and payments, and risk and compliance. Virtusa’s industry-leading digital engineering capabilities include mobile, data, cloud, UX, microservices, and AI and robotics, all of which have been recognised by key analysts and experts. Through its consultative approach, Virtusa’s teams deliver transformational, cost-takeout solutions that accelerate the achievement of measurable results for IT and business operations.
For more information on Virtusa’s banking and financial services, visit: http://www.virtusa.com/perspective-cat/bfs/. To learn more about how Virtusa’s next-gen banking solutions are making a difference to global financial institutions, visit booth #G60, Level 1, ICC at SIBOS 2018, Sydney; 22-25 October or see https://www.virtusa.com/events/sibos2018/.