October 29, 2020

Join The Partner
Success Deep Dive webinar

While today’s world is in a constant state of flux, the current times have made one thing clear: digital services will become increasingly important as more and more customers will choose to manage their finances digitally over visiting a branch. This is where the Backbase Digital Engagement Platform comes into play.

During this deep dive we will walk you through the Backbase platform architecture, and discuss topics such as deployment, the extension of pre-built journeys and their underlying microservices, the various integration scenarios you encounter in a typical Backbase implementation project, and we will zoom into how the Flow engines are allowing you to digitise end-to-end Digital Sales processes.

The Partner Success Deep Dive series will be hosted bi-monthly in the EMEA, APAC, AMERICAS regions and consist out of the following chapters:

1. Backbase Guiding Principles
2. Platform Architecture
3. Design System
4. Mobile / Front-end
– Journey Extension
5. Back-end
– Data Model Extension
– Behaviour Extension
– Integration
6. Digital Sales
– Flow Platform Engines
7. Key Takeaways

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