More NewsS1 to Deliver Open Standards Flexibility via Linux

S1 to Deliver Open Standards Flexibility via Linux

S1 Corporation has announced an initiative to give Linux(R) a more prominent role in the company’s solutions. The effort is focused on enhancing flexibility for financial institutions as open standards become pervasive and Linux takes on a more significant role in the global financial services industry. “Linux addresses many of the key challenges our customers face, including lowering costs, improving competitive differentiation, and reducing time to market,” said Imad Mouline, chief technology officer at S1. “Linux is often part of financial institutions’ IT plans and is an important consideration for S1. We believe there is a prominent place for Linux in a bank’s overall solution.”

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