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Banking it-trend-radar-2012 draft

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  • The trends in Information Technology are shown properly in the 'BankingITTrendRadar2012-2015' Info-graphic. Although it shows only the cosmetic side of reality.

    But the big problem of Information Technology in banks is in the basement of the ship, problems like:

    Entangled surroundings.

    Multiple and disparate data systems, lengthy integration cycles, and isolated business processes may well be hampering the Bank profits and customer retention;

    Intertwined components.

    Many of the system components are too dependent on one another, or they cannot run standalone without a complex environment surrounding them;

    Data duplication.

    The siloed Business Intelligence serves specific business areas or small groups of analytical specialists. Several of the information subsystems - information islands - maintain the same static data e.g. customers, accounts, tables, transactions, etc. This is in direct opposition to the Bank's interest in consolidating lines of business globally;

    And many others drawbacks which lead to the bottom line that large-scale systems are difficult and expensive to support. The software entropy level is very high compromising its maintainability.

    Essentially, large-scale systems have lost their attractiveness in terms of their

    “Inability to easily and swiftly accommodate new products or business applications”.

    Taking those drawbacks in mind I'm working in the construction of a technological and business architecture for banks - a new paradigm for Information Management in banking - for the next 30 + years. 'The Bank of the Future' is a generic name which I'm using to refer to the model before it'll be assigned a final name. As I mentioned in my Dec 6 email I'm looking for stakeholders to transfer the knowledge to the company (stakeholder) to develop it.
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  • 1. Banking IT Trend Radar 2012-2015 Social Media Mobile Web iPad 2 Da 2012 2013 2014 2015 Integration Basel III IT Security MiFID 2 Data quality SaaS CBS Transformation www.imacor.de

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