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temenos

A sacred enclosure surrounding a temple or other holy spot.
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FUTURE: Artist's impression of Temenos PUBLIC ART: The Temenos site at Middlehaven, left.
In addition, the bank will implement ARC Internet Banking (ARC IB), Temenos' front office suite during 2009.
The firm was awarded for its digital front office product, Temenos Infinity, and next generation core banking system, Temenos T24 Transact.
Temenos said that the acquisition fits with its North America growth strategy, especially within the US.
The implementation of Temenos' solutions will support SGBL's current operations in Lebanon, Jordan and Cyprus.
At the launch Joe Docherty, TVR's then chief executive, said: "Temenos will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the Transporter Bridge as a landmark for future generations."
Temenos (SWX:TEMN), a provider of integrated core banking systems, announced on 26 November that Banco Terra, a specialist in financing agriculture-oriented activities in Mozambique, has implemented TEMENOS T24 Model Bank software to support its operations in the country.
Temenos has agreed to purchase Kony for an enterprise value of 559m and an earn-out of 21m, to be funded through cash and debt.
Malta-based trade finance bank, IIG Bank, has said that it has selected a solution from Temenos for its core banking needs.
PESHAWAR -- The Bank of Khyber (BoK) signed agreement with Temenos and NDCTech for Core Banking and Digital Platform Solutions.