Accelerated build: Bridging the build vs. buy gap

A framework for analyzing your platform implementation journey

When selecting the right technology sourcing approach to implement their digital vision, banks face a core dilemma: is it better to buy platform components or to build them in-house?

But don’t think of it as mutually exclusive: build vs. buy.

Instead, consider what we call accelerated build, an approach that gives banks the best of both worlds: a quick time to market and a high degree of customizability.

In this whitepaper, we introduce a six-dimensional framework to help you assess your objectives and capabilities in order to guide your decision-making and help you make the right technology choices.

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