With over 35 years’ experience, CGI has unrivalled knowledge of delivering payments products and solutions. We helped design the CLS system and have been there from day one helping banks get the most from Foreign Exchange.
CGI’s Mass Data Billing provides a highly compelling and simple answer to serving today's anytime-anywhere customer.
Mobile Apps streamline your processes and improve performance by giving your workforce access to all the information it needs, wherever employees are.
CGI has a long and successful track record with Open Source software around the world. In 2013, we demonstrated this with the creation of our Open Digital Services Centre (ODSC) in Glasgow. The ODSC is our cross-sector centre of excellence for open technologies in the UK — with a focus on Open Source software.
CGI Wealth360 Portfolio Management offers a complete portfolio management toolset on a single, integrated platform.
CGI’s Protect the Bank is a new vision and architecture which includes a number of digital enablers (Cyber, AI, Intelligent Self Learning and Big Data/Digital Insights) which are designed to help banks drive efficiency and effectiveness in their fight against organised and financial crime
Ratabase, CGI’s leading insurance rating and underwriting software solution, empowers business users to deploy complex rating programs in a fraction of the time and cost.
CGI’s DCC Adapter (DCCA) enables energy suppliers, network operators and other users to integrate their IT systems seamlessly with the DCC.
Voice technology has become more prominent in households, and businesses are now starting to realise the potential of voice in order to improve areas like operational efficiency and customer experience.
Technology convergence has brought promising business opportunities to industries of all kinds. The ability of telecommunication service providers to offer triple- and quadruple-play offerings - the combination of fixed, mobile, Internet and television - can drive customer preference and profitability. Yet aging infrastructures and cultural hurdles remain, resulting in an inability to take full advantage of this digital opportunity.