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UnionBank taps IBM Cloud for app overhaul

Wednesday 3 May 2017 | 09:03 CET | News
Philippines financial services provider UnionBank has selected IBM Cloud to build, deploy, run and manage customer-facing apps for its digital customer base. UnionBank is using APIs to extend services and open up new markets by allowing other businesses and application developers to more exchange data and build new apps. Through IBM API Connect, UnionBank plans to create, manage, secure and run APIs that the bank has made available internally and run them externally for consumption.

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