D+H Publishes Latest Issue of Payments and Treasury Solutions News
In this issue: Blockchain, the U.K.'s move to RDC, banking on the cloud, and much more.
NEW YORK, April 6, 2016 /CNW/ - DH Corporation (TSX: DH) ("D+H"), a leading provider of technology solutions to financial institutions globally, today announced that the latest issue of its Payments and Treasury Solutions News is now available. The tri-annual magazine provides D+H customers—and the transaction banking industry at large—with the latest news from D+H and features relevant articles on the trends impacting our customers' businesses.
View the latest issue at: http://www.dh.com/expertise/e-magazine.
In this issue, a feature article, titled "Five Things Blockchain Must Get Right," discusses key things banks should consider to unlock the transformative potential of blockchain. Another feature discusses Europe's move toward remote deposit capture (RDC) and the impact this will have on their banking industry. Veejay Jadhaw, D+H's new chief technology officer, Global Payments, also provides insight into the recent explosion in digital innovation and how this change will affect banks and corporations across the globe. The issue also contains D+H customer news and information on upcoming events.
D+H (TSX: DH) is a leading financial technology provider the world's financial institutions rely on every day to help them grow and succeed. Our global transaction banking, lending, payments and integrated core solutions are trusted by nearly 8,000 banks, specialty lenders, community banks, credit unions, governments and corporations. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, D+H has more than 5,500 employees worldwide who are passionate about partnering with clients to create forward-thinking solutions that fit their needs. With annual revenues in excess of $1.5 billion, D+H is recognized as one of the world's top FinTech companies on IDC Financial Insights FinTech Rankings and American Banker's FinTech Forward rankings. For more information, visit dh.com.
SOURCE DH Corporation