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Apttus collects Series E from IBM

Apttus, a quote-to-cash and contract lifecycle management company, has raised a Series E funding round from IBM. Read more:

IBM looking to blockchain in cross-border payments

EXCLUSIVE - Blockchain in cross-border payments will be big in 2018, at least that’s what IBM’s Rajesh Venkatraman, Read more:

JPMorgan Chase, Barclays join IBM quantum computing network

Banks are looking at using the powerful number-crunching technology to make risk calculations, analyze portfolios and protect their, Read more:

IBM teams up with Zelle for P2P payments

P2P payments app Zelle has joined up with IBM to bring the service to more financial institutions. Read more:

IBM creates blockchain for global payments, looks to AI

IBM is continuing its momentum in fintech with a focus on international payments and distributed ledger technology by launching a solution for global, Read more:

IBM uses blockchain to improve cross-border payments, teams up with Dream...

IBM has announced a new blockchain banking solution to help financial institutions address the processes of universal cross-border payments.

Deutsche Bank, IBM Watson work on Germanic AI ambitions

Wunderbar! Deutsche Bank has completed internal proofs of concepts (PoCs) with IBM for the deployment of an artificial intelligence (AI) powered Watson, Read more:

IBM teams with big banks for blockchain trade finance platform

Tech giant IBM has partnered with five banks – UBS, Bank of Montreal, CaixaBank, Commerzbank and Erste Group – to launch a blockchain-based trade finance platform. The new platform, called Batavia, is built to be accessed by organisations of all sizes anywhere in the world. Read more:

Major Thai bank, IBM Co-Launch blockchain platform

The $14bn Kasikornbank, better known as KBank, established a partnership with IBM to launch a Blockchain-based letter of guarantee service. Read more:

Why AI still has a ways to go in wealth management

Artificial intelligence can help wealth managers serve clients better, but some say the technology is too immature to be useful right now. Read more: