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Overview

Our ultimate goal is to provide the expertise and the integrated technology diverse banks need to execute and maximize their unique and evolving strategies, and to capitalize on the dynamic trends shaping the financial services industry.

Mambu is the world’s only true SaaS banking platform that offers future-ready technology to help you evolve. Plug in integrations for simple, streamlined and automated customer journeys. Configure and integrate instead of coding and customising. Harness the power of cloud instead of on-prem deployments. Constantly improve instead of enduring major, disruptive releases or remaining static.

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ZestMoney, Asto, Ferratum, Folkefinans, Monedo, Mynt, N26, New10, OakNorth Bank
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Comms Service Provider27%
Computer Software Company25%
Financial Services Firm20%
Energy/Utilities Company5%

CIF 20/20 is ranked 17th in Core Banking Software while Mambu is ranked 4th in Core Banking Software. CIF 20/20 is rated 0.0, while Mambu is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CIF 20/20 is most compared with , whereas Mambu is most compared with Thought Machine, Temenos Transact, Oracle FLEXCUBE, Finastra and EdgeVerve Finacle.

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