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Personetics Expands Singapore Office to Support Rising Demand by Asia Pacific’s Banks

Personetics, the leading provider of Self-Driving Finance™ solutions for the banking industry, is expanding its presence in Singapore to support the growing demand for its AI-powered solutions among Asia Pacific banks.

Personetics is already partnering with several of the region’s leading banks and system integrators, including Singapore-based United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB) and Tokyo-based Fujitsu. To support a growing span of relationships with additional institutions in the region, the company is adding local resources, including technical support and field architects, to work with banks’ teams on new Self-Driving Finance initiatives.

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According to Personetics Co-founder and CEO David Sosna, “Many large banks across the region are embarking on customer engagement initiatives that require advanced personalization and Self-Driving Finance capabilities. We also see more neo and challenger banks launched in the region. By placing more of our technical resources in the Singaporeoffice, we will be able to provide our partners in the region with the expertise and best practices we have accumulated in our work with leading financial institutions worldwide.”

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