Dominion and RSI close a strategic alliance in technology for the banking and insurance sector at an international level.

Dominion Digital, one of the main divisions of Global Dominion Access, multinational technology company, and Rural Servicios Informáticos (RSI), the technological subsidiary of the Caja Rural Group and leader in technological outsourcing for financial institutions, have closed a strategic alliance to jointly develop their tech business for the banking and insurance sector internationally. The alliance between both companies, which will be implemented through a joint venture company, will also aim to complement the value proposition of RSI in the Spanish market.

This alliance strengthens the position of Dominion and RSI as leaders in a sector that is undergoing through a profound process of transformation and that requires integral, agile and effective technological solutions to solve the great challenges it faces: search for efficiency, creation of new business models, regulatory pressure and digital transformation.

The new company will have its main headquarters in Bilbao, where its Global Services Center will be located, and in Madrid will be located its Competence Center. All of this with a global vision and worldwide reach, taking advantage of its presence in more than 30 countries. The value proposition offered by the company will be transversal, offering a complete suite of business solutions, including banking core, core insurer or regulatory compliance tools (Windrose Compliance Suite: ALERT, RULE, SELF y RECORD), and technological solutions in the cloud field, infrastructures, security, frameworks of development and mobility, among others.

Global Dominion Access and RSI will jointly develop their technological business for the international financial sector (Europa Press)
Alliance between Dominion and RSI (Caja Rural) in the technological business for the financial sector (Expansión)
Dominion and RSI (Caja Rural) will jointly develop their technological business for the financial sector (El Economista)