The integration of a new core banking system into a mature IT architecture is one of the most extensive and complex tasks that we devote to our client base and exemplifies the combination of specialist, technical and, last but not least, communicative expertise.
Also in terms of the versatility of requirements, system integration is a demanding environment. In addition to workshops, data analysis, subject, migration, mapping and test design, replacement of technical interfaces, development support and ultimately acceptance, go live, documentation and user training are often synonymous interests and requirements of different user groups to bring into line.
Finbridge employs specialist teams of project managers, business analysts, test managers and consultants, which can be reoriented and varied depending on the project phase. In this way, we offer optimum support for the current challenges and at the same time maintain project-specific experience and background knowledge over the entire duration of the project.
Recent projects in the field of integration include:
- Integration of the system Loan IQ as a lending system (major bank)
- Integration of a new core banking system for foreign branches worldwide (Landesbank)
- Replacement of existing systems for data supply of the credit reporting by ABACUS/DaVinci (Landesbank)
Our main topics are:
- Structuring the technical and business requirements and selection criteria
- Current market overview of external system providers
- Control of the selection process
System integration and release change
- Planning and structuring of integration projects
- Definition of the integration architecture
- Creation of functional specifications and mapping concepts for each interface
- Implementation of the integration tasks on a fixed price basis
- Projects, etc. to MISYS Fusion Banking Lending (LoanIQ & CME), MISYS FusionRisk, Abacus/DaVinci, Abacus360, Abacus/Transactions, Murex, Kondor +, Summit, Sophis Risque, Calypso
- Concept and implementation of evaluation architectures (for example by NumeriX)
- Improved time-to-market of the IT architecture
- Consistent assessment methods