Jack Henry's Tede Forman on the connection between the gig economy and real time payments
Tearsheet Podcast: The Business of Finance
Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I’m Tearsheet editor in chief, Zack Miller.Smaller community banks and credit unions have an opportunity to differentiate and compete in payments. Unfortunately, many smaller FIs haven’t formulated a succinct strategy. It’s a good time to do it — there are technologies and tools out there to help them service their customers better.Tede Forman is Jack Henry’s head of consumer and commercial payments. He’s seen upfront the evolution in payments — from bill pay to real time payments — and its impact on bank offerings. He joins me on the podcast to talk about the choices and new opportunities in faster payment options. We talk about advances in bill pay technology and how it’s become table stakes for FIs. We also talk about how smaller banks and credit unions are finding ways to punch above their weight through technology partnerships and collaborations.Tede Forman is my guest today on the Tearsheet Podcast.
Jack Henry & Sam Simpson + North Melbourne Review - Round 6 Edition
The boys are joined by two of Geelong's brightest young stars Jack Henry and Sam Simpson to discuss everything from footy to their time together back at St Joseph's College in Geelong. We also review Geelong's win over North Melbourne and look ahead to the big game on Saturday against West Coast. All this and more on this week's To the Final Bell.
Today we are talking to Ted, the CTO at Jack Henry & Associates. And we discuss their suite of tools that is making it easier for community banks to compete with the national banks, how to maximize productivity by working through your team, and what the future looks like for consumers of financial technologies.All of this, right here, right now, on the Modern CTO Podcast!
Automation moves up to the front office, Jack Henry’s Foss says
The Buzz on Bank Automation News
Automation is moving up from the back office to the front office, where banks are increasingly using automation to sell and interact with customers. The challenge will be to ensure those encounters feel personal, says David Foss, chief executive of financial services at core provider Jack Henry, in this episode of The Buzz podcast.
CU2.0 Podcast Episode 131 Lee Wetherington, director of strategic insight at Jack Henry, on Cores and Your Credit Union Tomorrow, 2021 Forecast 3
The CU2.0 Podcast
Lee Wetherington, director of strategic insight at Jack Henry, the big core maker (Symitar is theirs), has a picture in his head of the path to success for tomorrow's credit unions. Picture yourself as a platform, he says, and, yes, a platform company is Amazon, for instance, and what makes Amazon a platform is that it creates an environment where many other vendors can also sell and consumers in turn can reap the benefits of choice and keen prices.How's that apply to credit unions? Wetherington sees the credit union as a platform where the best, most useful finech tools are aggregated to best serve an institution's members. The credit unions with the best tools win.A necessary ingredient in this equation: core systems that provide an open environment that allows for reasonably easy and inexpensive integration of third party tools and, yes, some core providers maintained rather closed universes. But that just won't work going forward, insists Wetherington.Buckle up because Wetherington has more big ideas to throw your way. He says, for instance, that early in 2021 Google will unveil a powerful suite of banking tools that will be free to credit unions to offer to their members. But he calls it a Faustian bargain. That's because what Google wants is the data of the members and although Google says it will not ask credit unions for access to the data, it has another route to getting it. In the podcast, Wetherington tells how.There's also a provocative discussion of cores in the cloud. Accept that that is the future and, actually, it's better that way for most institutions.By the way, Wetherington is adamant that core systems are a lasting part of the financial services universe. But he tweaks that by explaining that nowadays cores come in many different forms, with many different capabilities. It's a wide ranging podcast. Hop aboard for a voyage into tomorrow and your credit union.In this podcast mention is made of a 2000 article I wrote for MITs Technology Review magazine. There's a link to the interviews with Google's founders in the show notes.There's also a link to a 2012 article I wrote on Google and its introduction at the 2012 Money2020 show of a predecessor to the banking tools it now is about to unveil. A third link is to a Google video on its banking tools. Watch it.A fourth link is to a story I wrote on neo bank Lili.Listen up.Like what you are hearing? Find out how you can help sponsor this podcast here. Very affordable sponsorship packages are available. Email email@example.comAnd like this podcast on whatever service you use to stream it. That matters.Find out more about CU2.0 and the digital transformation of credit unions here. It's a journey every credit union needs to take. Pronto
Jack Henry of SLUGG / Kaviti / Scumbag / Skirmisher
The Shane Oliver Experience
Jack has been involved in music for a damn long time, it shows with the impressive list of bands he's played for (no doubt I've forgotten a few) This is the kind of normalcy I've grown used to hearing though as being an amazing drummer in Brisbane especially is always in demand. He's also an active supporter at the protests for the release of the refugees from the Kangaroo Point Hotel where over 100 detainees are being held (some up too as long as 8 years) Originally his new Doom band SLUGG planned on debuting their live set at one of the protests but was unfortunately canceled but just recently got the chance to play at Blute's Bar and I totally forgot how bloody loud sludgey doom can be. Expect new tunes and more shows in the future and I highly recommend giving them a watch next time you get the chance to boogie in town. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#433: Embracing Technology with Guest Host Jack Henry and Jamey Winters
The Ryan Frank Podcast
Many of us were thrust out of our comfort zones when COVID-19 made it necessary to become tech-savvy on the fly. But technology doesn't have to be scary. In fact, it can be a powerful tool for ministry when used correctly!Join Jack Henry as he speaks with kidmin Pastor Jamey Winters about taking advantage of the open doors technology affords us...
#431: Growing Your Confidence in Ministry with Jack Henry
The Ryan Frank Podcast
Do you ever feel like you're just not up to the task when it comes to your ministry. Feelings of insufficiency and inability can ultimately have you questioning your calling. The enemy knows this and will use these feelings to his advantage.Today Ryan talks with kidmin veteran Jack Henry about ways that we can increase our level of confidence in our ministry.