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    • Bantotal – A GeneXus Success Story
      Marcelo Kosec, General Manager, Bantotal
      mkosec@dlya.com.uy
    • OurStory: Knowledge
      Products / Services
      Procedures
      Business Rules
      Policies
      Accounting Practices
      Information
      Regulations
      Banking / Financial Services.
    • OurStory: Technology
      100 % GeneXus
    • Our Story: Bantotal
      • Core (RCIFs, Accounting, Deposits, Loans, Delivery Channels, etc.)
      • Foreign Trade
      • Treasury
      • Cash Management
      • Loan Origination (i.e: Consumer, SMEs, Microfinance)
      • Anti-Money Laundering
      • Internet Banking
      • Management Information System
    • : Our Story
      2
      1
      WE WILL HELP YOU
      BELIEVE US,
      Problems:
      “Technology changes faster than Knowledge”
      “Reality is always changing”
      “Technology is becoming more complex”
    • : Our Story
      WE WILL HELP YOU
      BELIEVE US,
      Problems:
      “Technology changes faster than Knowledge”
      “Reality is always changing”
      “Technology is becoming more complex”
    • Knowledge
      Piazza Salimbeni
      Siena, Italy
      Headquaters of Monte Dei Paschi di Siena
      Bank since 1472
      The oldest surviving bank in the world.
    • Knowledge / Technology
      The oldest surviving bank in the world.
    • Knowledge
      Fra Luca Bartolomeo de Paccioli (1446/7 - 1517)
      He described the method of bookkeeping known as the double-entry accounting system.
      He described the use of journals and ledgers, and warned that a person should not go to sleep at night until the debits equalled the credits.
      His ledger had accounts for assets, liabilities, capital, income, and expenses.
      He demonstrated year-end closing entries and proposed that a trial balance be used to prove a balanced ledger.
    • Knowledge
      Technology
      Fra Luca Bartolomeo de Paccioli (1446/7 - 1517)
    • Knowledge / Technology
      • RPG/400, C/S (Win),
      Java (Win), Java (Web),
      .net (Web)
      • DB2/SQL Server/Oracle
      • BPM (GXflow)
      • OLAP (GXplorer)
      • Webservices
      • Smart Devices
    • : Our Story
      WE WILL HELP YOU
      BELIEVE US,
      Problems:
      “Technology changes faster than Knowledge”
      “Reality is always changing”
      “Technology is becoming more complex”
    • Changing Reality - Functional
      Corporations
      Individuals
      Wealthy
      Very Poor
    • Changing Reality Workloads
      Banks: 3
      Countries: 2
      Users: + 5 K
      Customers: + 4 MM
      Branches: + 350
      Service Points: + 1 K
      Daily Txns: + 1,5 MM
      Peru
    • Changing Reality
      • Regulations
      • Basle Accords
      • SOX
      • Patriot Act
      • Financial Crisis
    • : Our Story
      WE WILL HELP YOU
      BELIEVE US,
      Problems:
      “Technology changes faster than Knowledge”
      “Reality is always changing”
      “Technology is becoming more complex”
    • ComplexTechnology
      Problem: Lack of Human Resources
      Options:
      Options fundamentals: High population
      Lots of Math/Eng. degrees
      Low salaries
      Our perspective: We do not have
      We do not want
    • ComplexTechnology
      Problem: Lack of Human Resources
      Our Options fundamentals:
      • High School Degree
      • Better Job than available choices in the surroundings
      Where?:
      • Very Small towns (less than 10 K)
      • Very Low Income Areas
    • ComplexTechnology
      Very Small Town (5K in population)
      Available Job choices in thesurroundings:
      • At thefields
      • At theonly gas station in town
      • At theonly general store in town
      Selection
    • ComplexTechnology
      Training
    • ComplexTechnology???
      Graduation
    • ComplexTechnology
      Very Low Income Area
      Available Job choices in the surroundings:
      • None
      Other choices in the surroundings:
      • Drugs
      • Violence
      Selection
    • ComplexTechnology
      Training
    • ComplexTechnology???
      Graduation
    • ComplexTechnology
      • “Innovative Social Responsability Programs!!”
      • We found an “American Idol”
      Enzo Serena
      Used to be : High School student in a very small town
      Now: GeneXus Programmer – A “GeneXus Idol”
      Lee DeWyze
      Usedtobe : Salesman in a paint shop
      Now: Singer – An “American Idol”
    • : Our Story
      WE WILL HELP YOU
      BELIEVE US,
      Problems:
      “Technology changes faster than Knowledge”
      “Reality is always changing”
      “Technology is becoming more complex”
    • : Our Future
      WE WILL HELP YOU
      BELIEVE US,
      Problems:
      “Technology changes faster than Knowledge”
      “Reality is always changing”
      “Technology is becoming more complex”
    • Questions?
    • Successes from using GeneXus
      James Reed – CIO – TSCM Security Services
      jreed@tscmservices.net
    • Is Cloud Computing New?
      • The underlying concept of cloud computing dates back to the 1960s, when John McCarthy opined that "computation may someday be organized as a public utility."
      • The actual term "cloud" borrows from telephony in that telecommunications companies, who until the 1990s primarily offered dedicated point-to-point data circuits, began offering Virtual Private Network (VPN) services with comparable quality of service but at a much lower cost. Cloud computing extends this boundary to cover servers as well as the network infrastructure.
      • According to an article in Infoworldthe definition of Cloud Computing is still being defined, though some CIOs and CEOs claim its just a new name for what we’ve been doing.CEO Larry Ellison of Oracle Corporation asserts that cloud computing is "everything that we already do", claiming that the company could simply "change the wording on some of our ads" to deploy their cloud-based services.
      • The New Normal for Applications.
    • What is TSCM Security Services?
      • Technical Surveillance CounterMeasures
      • Founded by Howard Johnson in 2006.
      • A provider of high quality Counterintelligence and Privacy Protection Services for private citizens, U.S. Corporations, Federal, State, and Local Government Agencies.
      • Now a cloud solution provider of DCAA compliant software for government contracting agencies and government agencies direct.
    • What is TSS doing with GeneXus today?
      • Providing a DCAA compliant package that is also compatible with smart devices. Accessible in the cloud.(Currently done without using the smart device generators)
      • Providing solutions that can provide reports from databases that are totally unrelated and are on different platforms.
      • Providing custom solutions for commercial and government clients with a noticeably faster turn time than our competitors.
      • Utilizing Genexus to develop countermeasures for cyber attacks as well as cellular and wireless monitoring user interfaces.
    • TSS Cloud Solution
    • Reinvent Classic Applications in the Cloud
      Norton Commander for DOS
      Total Commander for Windows
    • Reinvent Classic Applications in the Cloud
    • My Experience with GeneXus
      • User of GeneXus since 1991 starting with Kellwood Company and EDS.
      • Used with many platforms including AS/400, Windows Client Server, Web (Windows and Unix).
      • Used many of the generators including COBOL, RPG, FoxPro, Clipper, Visual Basic, C#, Java.
      • Assisted other large organizations in getting onboard with GeneXus such as Pictsweet and We’re Wireless (an AT&T authorized retailer).
    • How did I learn of GeneXus?
      • 1991 - Seeking a product to do system prototyping.
    • Why I heavily embrace GeneXus
      • It’s a product that does what it says!
      • Artech is in tune with trends
      • Future proofs
      • Single Tool – Multiple Platforms. (One Size Fits All)
      • Does not produced “bloated” code.
      • Powerful and robust versioning and change management.
      • Handles any size development
      • I like to work smart, not hard.
      • High Level Code/No road blocks.
    • Efficient Software Engineering
    • Platform Flexability
      Evolution Adds Ruby and Smart Device Generator.
    • Successes Using GeneXus
      • Kellwood - Designed one of the first offshore manufacturing tracking system.
      • Kellwood & Pictsweet- Designed thermal label interfaces for AS/400 for both TL Ashford and Magic.
      • Kellwood - Designed a Windows based solution that interfaced with AS/400
      • Pictsweet - Designed a “Bulk Warehouse” application.
      • Kellwood & Pictsweet- Designed a reporting tool to allow end users to create ad-hoc reports and export data into Excel.
      • Kellwood – By 1994 reduced the development team of 14 people down to 3 with gains in production. Systems developed allowed Kellwood Sag Harbor division to grow from 225 million to 750 million in 4 years without adding resources.
      • We’re Wireless (AT&T) – Designed a web interface to provide business intelligence for the wireless industry as well as system “bolt-ons” to fill in gaps and features lacking in operational software. Had to extract data out of a database called Top Speed.
    • Code & Concepts Reused From Other Platforms
    • Customer Message to Artech
      Do not mess up this perfect software development tool
      Do not be talked into selling
      Keep doing what you’ve done for the last 20 years
    • Do You Remember These?
      Same(&<Variable>, <Attribute>)
      Define(&<Variable>(row,col), <‘Type’>, <Len>, <Dec>, <’Pic’>, <’Sign’>)
      Color(‘Wht’, 5)
    • Questions
      ?
    • TechPG and EnABLE
      Jack Eakins, CTO, Technology Partnership Group, Inc.
      jeakins@techpg.com
    • What we do!
      “There is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, more dangerous to manage than the creation of a new system. The innovator has the enmity of all who profit by the preservation of the old system and only lukewarm defenders by those who would gain by the new system.”
      Niccolo Machiavelli - The Prince - 1513
    • Who am I and who is TechPG?
      Jack Eakins
      Computer Engineering degree from The Ohio State University
      Employed in federal government, at fortune 500 companies and for small startups all in the IT arena.
      Worked on projects with nine figure budgets and on systems for two users.
    • Who am I and who is TechPG?
      Indiana WBE consulting company founded in 1992 that works mostly in the government arena.
      • First 10 years in Cobol mainframe environment for large systems integrators in highly structured and heavily documented environments.
      • Migrated to building thick client and then web- based systems.
      • Now work entirely on web-based applications using the GeneXus tool suite.
    • “There is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, more dangerous to manage than the creation of a new system.”
      When you build, tool selection is critical:
      Comprehensive
      Usable
      Integrated
      Supported
    • Our GeneXus History
      Began using DeKlarit in 2002 for data layer in Visual Studio
      Early 2006 began using GeneXus 9 for all web development
      2008 introduced GxQuery to client base
      Cut over to GeneXusXEvolution 1 upon release
    • How do we use GeneXus?
      Use to develop all new products and applications
      Use to manage our KB’s and developers worldwide
      Use XPM to manage our projects
    • Perform initial prototype and then move to final system extremely quickly
      Use WorkWithPlus pattern from Dvelop for enhanced functionality
      Low technical knowledge
      Version control
      Always looking forward – maybe too fast for government work
    • and XPM
      Solves storage, sync and backup KB issues
      Support developers wherever they are
      XPM is on external server to allow access for staff and clients
      Word upload of items is a big plus
      KB Object integration allows for better tracking
      Integration with Project and item tracking supports client’s needs
    • What have we done?
      EnABLE is a .Net SQL web-
      based system
      160 transactions, 1900 attributes and 1,500 objects
      Built and maintained by 2 developers and 1 technical writer/tester/trainer
      Most configuration is stored in application DB which minimizes code changes and all configurations are stored in DB backups
    • EnABLE features implemented:
      Consistent navigation and ease of use
      Fully integrated, role-based security and audit history
      Common functions that can be reused as needed
      Attachments, Notes, Contacts
      Data importing routines
      Word-based Document Generation
      Extensive use of charts and graphs and management dashboards
      Client Portal functionality
    • GeneXus Universe
      Don’t invent the wheel – steal it
      GxSearch, forums, GxOpen, Wiki…
      Attend Annual Conference in Montevideo
      Language is not an issue
      Learn from sessions
      Contacts!!!!!!!!!!
      Take advantage of support – your problem is their problem
    • Closing
      We believe that GeneXus provides an environment to solve any client’s needs
      Integrated toolkit for project management, BA’s and techies
      Ever-growing and stays up with or ahead of technology trends
      We’re betting the farm on it!
    • Questions?
      Jack Eakins
      (317) 610-6100
      jeakins@techpg.com
      techpg-jack on Skype