Misys BankFusion Midas
BankFusion Midas enables new business applications to be
deployed with unprecedented speed and agility.
Misys has more than thirty years' experience in delivering the
most widely-used core banking solutions. BankFusion Midas is a
solution that covers a broad range of banking needs. Based on the
new BankFusion platform, BankFusion Midas represents the latest
evolution of the solution, providing banks with unprecedented
opportunities to add flexibility and new products based on the very
latest technologies and standards.
More than a simple refresh of the existing system, BankFusion
Midas offers distinct operational and business advantages, such
- The ability to launch new products and services quickly
- The agility to respond rapidly to changes in the marketplace,
with a reduced turnaround time for changes to processes and
- Reduced operational cost through increased efficiency, a
code-generating feature that complies with Midas standards, plus
greater standardisation and automation
- Reduced risk and greater governance, without removing the
standards and processes already in place
By bringing the latest technology and practice to Midas,
BankFusion Midas will take banks into a new era of processing.
Each Midas customer will benefit from new applications, the
faster delivery of new solutions and the flexibility to customize
applications and integrate systems more closely than ever
Overview: Technical Specifications
- BankFusion provides a future-proof operational and
developmental platform, based on the latest technology and
utilising a workbench environment, which allows the easy and rapid
development of new banking services.
- The new BankFusion Midas solution delivers a customer-centric
system, with an unprecedented opportunity to customise functions
and workflows via the workbench, so they match requirements and
practices more closely.
- For the Midas user, this brings the ability to provide and
deploy new functions rapidly, all tailored to the bank's
requirements, whilst at the same time reducing the risk of
reconciliation issues with other systems.