MongoDB empowers innovators to disrupt the finance industry by unleashing the power of software and data.
Whether deployed in the cloud or on-premises, organizations use MongoDB for trading platforms, global payment data stores, digital end-to-end loan origination and servicing solutions, general ledger system of record, regulatory risk, treasury and many other back-office processes. MongoDB has a track record of empowering financial institutions to take on the challenges of disruption, and become a disruptive force in their own right.
At the core of our application data platform is the most advanced cloud database service on the market, MongoDB Atlas, which can run in any cloud, or even across multiple clouds to get the best from each provider with no lock-in. MongoDB Atlas combines transactional processing, relevance-based search, real-time analytics, and mobile edge computing with cloud sync in an elegant and integrated data architecture.
Built for resilience, scale, and the highest levels of data privacy and security, financial institutions use MongoDB to get ideas to market faster, while reducing costs, embracing disruption, and enhancing business agility.
- 2021 Payments Analyst Report: Expectation Versus Reality For Payments Data Monetisation – – A March 2021 global survey conducted by Celent in partnership with MongoDB and Icon Solutions, shows what corporate clients want from their data-led services, and how companies plan to monetize payment data and support compliance with ISO 20022. At the core of this are two global surveys of senior executives, which in combination provide an in-depth view over both the demand and supply ends of the value chain.
- Finance, Multi-Cloud and the Elimination of Cloud Concentration Risk – This ebook will tackle cloud concentration risk for financial services firms, examining how that risk came to be and how multi-cloud can be used to navigate this risk and prepare for future regulations.
- The 5 Phases of Banking Modernization – Our five-phase approach enables banks to see rapid improvements in a relatively short time while preserving the legacy components for as long as they’re needed to keep the business running.