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Teaming Up to Forge Ahead, FPGGP Scales New Heights

Aug 12, 2022

The Huawei Financial Partner Go Global Program (FPGGP), launched on June 3, 2021, aims to create and share value for greater success. The Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit (HiFS 2022) recently convened nearly 100 Huawei partners from all over the world, many of whom jointly released new solutions with Huawei. FPGGP members gathered in Singapore for the first time to discuss with global customers and partners how to work together to succeed in the digital transformation of the financial industry.

During HiFS 2022, FPGGP put forward three upgraded initiatives: develop more solution partners; expand FPGGP to include global consulting and service partners; enable local sales and service partners with joint solutions to provide better local services for customers.

Twelve FPGGP partners attended the on-site HiFS 2022 and unveiled their joint solutions with Huawei.

Netis business-level AIOps solution: Financial application systems have been suffering from complex invoking relationships and difficult fault locating. Netis' business AIOps solution visualizes the end-to-end O&M of services, applications, clouds, data centers, networks, and devices, covers all links, enables real-time service tracing across applications and networks, and accurately locates faults within seconds.

Tongdun Intelligent Risk Decision: This solution combines Tongdun's industry-leading decision-making engine and model management capabilities with Huawei Cloud, and Huawei's leading data and AI technologies, such as Hetu, DGC, Lakehouse, and GES. The solution has helped financial customers improve decision-making efficiency by over 70% in scenarios such as anti-fraud and credit rating. The average response time in large-scale concurrency scenarios can reach less than 50 ms. In addition, hundreds of built-in rules and models can facilitate quick deployment and meet service challenges.

Sunline Cloud-Native Digital Loan solution: This solution adopts an open strategy, allowing financial institutions to launch a wide range of contactless services, such as risk assessments, fund disbursements, post-loan processing, customer E-KYC, and online loan product campaigns. Hosted on Huawei Cloud, the solution adopts Sunline's enterprise-level microservice banking framework EDSP to support rapid and dynamic horizontal scaling on both business and system demands, and provide DevOps with continuous delivery assembly lines, meeting the increasingly agile development requirements of financial institutions. Ultimately, banking services will become much more convenient, timely, professional, and user-friendly, increasing customers' satisfaction and loyalty.

HSG Legacy Platform Migration solution: Hosted on Huawei Cloud, this solution adopts HSG's (Hi Sun Fintech Global) technologies and tools to provide independent, innovative, intelligent, and economical legacy platform migration solution and delivery service, helping customers move from a closed mainframe environment to open cloud computing platforms. Moreover, it allows customers to fully inherit their business assets, greatly improve application scalability and integration capabilities, and quickly enhance application requirement responses and service innovation agility.

Murong mobile payment and microfinance solution: This solution enables commercial banks with mobile, scenario-based, and intelligent inclusive finance products to meet the financial service requirements of massive customers, and builds an industrialized, open, and platform-based one-stop intelligent service system.

At the HiFS partner roundtable, Jason Cao, CEO of the Huawei Digital Finance Team, delivered an opening speech. Song Danping, President of the Ecosystem Cooperation, Huawei Digital Finance Team, introduced Huawei's partner strategies and FPGGP's achievements. Twelve FPGGP partners, and Huawei's global sales, consulting, as well as service partners, together over 40 attendees, expressed their desire for cooperation with Huawei and discussed how different types of partners can work and collaborate with each other to achieve win-win outcomes.

Jason Cao, CEO of the Huawei Digital Finance Team
Song Danping, President of the Ecosystem Cooperation, Huawei Digital Finance Team

Song Danping said that since the official launch of FPGGP, FPGGP partners have been working on sharing opportunities, building capacity, boosting marketing, and growing brands while adhering to the concept of creating and sharing value for greater success. Currently, FPGGP has 25 members, including 7 board members. Huawei hopes to develop more global solution partners. In this way, it can integrate its own and its partner's experiences as well as technical innovation capabilities in financial digital transformation to build industry-leading and innovative solutions, as well as work with global sales, service, and consulting partners to better serve local customers.

At the partner roundtable, all attendees exchanged their views on platform sharing, multi-party coordination, business models, and capability improvement. They all agreed that FPGGP has deepened their integration with Huawei, as well as the connection between themselves. The joint solutions, along with FPGGP's cooperation with global sales, consulting, and service partners, will benefit customers around the world.

Huawei will continue working with its partners to build a global ecosystem cooperation platform, lay down a solid digital foundation for financial digital transformation, and succeed in the global market.