Banking and financial services organizations are one of the largest consumers of information technology, deploying large IT workforce worldwide. Banks have a complex landscape of technology and applications catering to their diverse information needs.
It is important for the people working in banks and associated with technology field to have an optimum understanding of the overall IT landscape. This will help them appreciate the scope of their work in the overall context, as well as understand the criticality of various system interfaces. This book provides an overview of the complex banking technology landscape in a simple and easy-to-understand format.
— Technology landscape is explained in a simple and generic way so that readers may relate it to their diverse information needs
— Several technology concepts like Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Master Data Management (MDM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Business Process Management (BPM), Web Content Management Systems (WCM), Document Management Systems (DMS) etc. have been explained with simple examples in the context of banking systems
— Information presented is more for education and knowledge purposes instead of recommending any target architecture or product