NdcTech and Red Hat Collaborate to Leverage Cloud-Native and Open-Source Solutions

In order to provide solutions based on cloud-native, open-source technologies to support financial institutions, NdcTech, a global IT and consulting firm offering transformational services for banks and financial institutions, has announced a collaboration with Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of enterprise open-source solutions.

Red Hat recognized NdcTech as a regional systems integrator throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa as a result of this partnership between the two organizations. NdcTech is also one of Temenos’ 42 implementation partners. Temenos has expanded its partnership with Red Hat to include the integration of open-source software with their cloud-native banking services. With Temenos digital and core banking solutions like Temenos Infinity and Temenos Transact running on Red Hat OpenShift, the leading enterprise Kubernetes platform in the market, NdcTech is dedicated to collaborating closely with both Temenos and Red Hat to assist organizations in navigating this new world of digital banking.

NdcTech’s Temenos certified consultants will participate in a pilot initiative between Red Hat and NdcTech where they will receive Red Hat training and practical experience deploying Red Hat products, such as Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Application Services. NdcTech will contribute to making sure that the final clients receive an integrated and functional environment. Through the pilot, NdcTech will be able to provide both new and existing customers with more adaptable and flexible cloud-native deployment choices for Temenos and Red Hat products.

Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud portfolio offers improved security features, higher scalability, and flexibility to help enterprises deliver more streamlined customer experiences and services based on hybrid cloud infrastructure at lower costs. Through this partnership, NdcTech and Red Hat will better serve clients by pursuing new markets with services underpinned by cutting-edge cloud-native technology.

Ammara Masood, CEO of NdcTech, saidWe are delighted to have a strategic collaboration with Red Hat at a global level, the world’s leading provider of open-source enterprise solutions. Through this collaboration, we will build expertise in the latest cloud-native and containerized modern stacks using Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Application Services supporting Temenos solutions. NdcTech will now transform its banking clients on the most modern architectures and fast-pace their modernization journeys onto the cloud. We also believe that this will further strengthen our capabilities and vision to build banks of the future”.

Rob Spittel, Director, Global FSI Ecosystem, Red Hat said “Collaborating with a robust ecosystem of capable, expert partners such as NdcTech is critical in supporting customers within the financial services industry and beyond to better build and manage hybrid cloud environments at the scale and speed they need. In establishing this pilot program with NdcTech, we are bringing together expertise across Red Hat, Temenos, and NdcTech to better enable customers with digital banking solutions built on Red Hat open hybrid cloud solutions such as Red Hat OpenShift. Having been recently named as Technology Partner of the Year by Temenos, Red Hat looks forward to collaborating with other Temenos partners like NdcTech to translate to solid technical foundation into business value for our banking customers,”

Recent News

Easypaisa’s innovative ‘Audio Nikahnama’ campaign has achieved significant recognition, winning several accolades at the Caples UK Awards. The campaign earned a bronze in the ‘Not for Profit’ category, a silver in the ‘Mobile’ category, and a gold in the ‘Audio’ category. Rifah Qadri, Head of Marketing & Communications at Easypaisa, became the first Pakistani to receive the prestigious ‘Courageous Client Award’ for her role in the campaign.

Adil Bacha, a student at Engineering University Mardan, has developed an innovative electric wheelchair controlled by brain signals. This groundbreaking invention is designed for patients who have functional brains but are physically paralyzed, allowing them to move independently.

After the landmark success of its first lunar mission, iCube-Qamar, Pakistan is gearing up to launch another satellite, named MM1, on May 30. This initiative is a collaborative effort involving SUPARCO and the National Space Agency, intending to enhance the country’s communication infrastructure and support the burgeoning demands of the telecom sector.