Analysts and leading industry surveys have found more and more banks, even in countries with an absence of open banking regulation, have prioritized implementing open banking to fast-track digital transformation and achieve business goals. This means, to stand out in the crowd in mature open banking ecosystems, and to secure a lasting competitive advantage as an early adopter in new markets, banks should select open banking technology that delivers advanced capabilities and scalability backed by a strong vision and industry-understanding.
In this release webinar, you will learn how WSO2 Open Banking 2.0 improves the way we help your developers and business teams create, quickly deploy, manage and monetize APIs that add real value for your internal teams, partners, and consumers. We will also help you understand how our technology can be best deployed as a part of a successful open banking strategy.
Head of Research & Development, WSO2 Open Banking, WSO2
Lalaji heads architecture, research & development at WSO2 Open Banking. In her role, Lalaji has also been actively involved in multiple open banking deployments in the UK, the EU, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Australia, and, most recently, in Latin America. Previously at WSO2, Lalaji worked on WSO2 API Manager both on product development and on advanced API management implementations for Fortune 500 customers. She has also contributed to a number of Apache projects including Apache Synapse, Axis2, and Shindig. She is a recognized speaker at international technology and financial services events, including apidays and KupingerCole’s European Identity & Cloud Conference.
Release Manager for WSO2 Open Banking 2.0, WSO2
Imesh is a full stack developer, a fintech enthusiast, and a software engineer in the WSO2 Open Banking team. He has been working in the open banking space for over two years and has designed and developed multiple open banking features related to different specifications including OBIE’s Open Banking Standard, the Berlin Group NextGenPSD2 XS2A Interoperability Framework, and the Australian Consumer Data Standards. He enjoys sharing his technical experiences and learnings on Medium (found at https://medium.com/@imeshuperera) and other platforms.