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Indonesian Banking from System Perspective 2013 @iStart Singapore event

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Indonesian banking layer, landmark and common system configuration as well as the possibility point of entry for IT start up company or mid to big size one.

Indonesian banking layer, landmark and common system configuration as well as the possibility point of entry for IT start up company or mid to big size one.


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  • 1. INDONESIAN BANKING 2013 SYSTEM PERSPECTIVE Yudy Yunardy
  • 2. Market Pool Indonesia Total 120 banks by their types • BUMN (Government owned banks) : 5 • Commercial Banks : 55 • BPD (Regional banks) : 26 • Joint venture Banks : 14 • Foreign Banks : 9 • Sharia Banks : 11 • Sharia Business Unit : 16 • BPR (Rural banks) : 1,683
  • 3. Market Pool Indonesia Book 4 (>USD3Bio) 1. BRI 2. Bank Mandiri 3. Bank Negara Indonesia 4. Bank Central Asia Book 3 (USD0.5-3Bio) 1. Bank BTPN 2. Bank CIMB Niaga 3. Bank Tabungan Negara 4. Permata Bank 5. Bank OCBC NISP Book 2 (USD100-500Mio) 1. Bank BPD Bali 2. Bank Jateng 3. Bank Mestika 4. Bank Syariah Mandiri 5. Bank Muamalat Book 1 (<USD100Mio) 1. Bank Bengkulu 2. Bank Sulut 3. Bank Mega Syariah 4. Panin Bank Syariah 5. Bank Bumi Arta Infobank Magazine, “Rating 120 bank di Indonesia 2013”
  • 4. Indonesia Banking Survey 2013 Network expansion across the country PricewaterhouseCoopers, “Indonesian Banking Survey 2013”
  • 5. Indonesia Banking Survey 2013 Challenge for effective network expansion PricewaterhouseCoopers, “Indonesian Banking Survey 2013”
  • 6. Indonesia Banking Survey 2013 Priorities for channel initiatives PricewaterhouseCoopers, “Indonesian Banking Survey 2013”
  • 7. Common system structure Core- banking Treasury system Trade Finance system Risk Management system Account origination system Helpdesk system Internet banking ATM system Mobile banking Datawarehouse system
  • 8. Common system structure Datawarehouse system Query system Reporting system Regulatory reporting Regional reporting
  • 9. Common system structure Account origination system Booking system Incentive system Performance system Performance system
  • 10. Common system structure Ticketing system Forums ASD system Helpdesk system
  • 11. Common software needs • Booking/ticket system : treasury, trade finance, helpdesk, call center • Query/report system : regulatory (regional/local), incentive/performance • Channel delivery : mobile banking, internet banking • Parsing (bridging between systems) • Upgrades/complements (improvements over existing systems)
  • 12. Current solutions • Core-banking : Flexcube, Finnacle, AS/400 • Supporting systems : Banktrade, TI Plus, Object Trade Line • Booking system : Kondor+, Reuters • Channel delivery : BCA mBanking, Permatamobile, CIMB GO MOBILE, BRI Mobile, BNI SMS Banking (Android/iOS/ Blackberry, mostly SMS jacket app) • Datawarehouse : IBM Infosphere, Oracle Exadata, Teradata • Internet Banking : Permatanet, KlikBCA, CommAccess (mostly developed in-house)
  • 13. Thank You