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Case Study: Corporate Payments Banking Scenario
Industry Solutions

Redpaper, published 4 Aug 2009, last updated 14 Sep 2009

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication is one in a series of service-oriented architecture (SOA) papers that feature a case study that involves a fictitious company called JKHL Enterprises (JKHLE). In this paper, we focus on the banking division of JKHLE titled JKHL Bank. The focus of the case study in this paper is the banking industry sector and corporate treasury operations and how organizations can use SOA to construct solutions for corporate customers. This paper discusses the issues from both the bank’s and corporate client’s point of view. Get hands-on experience at no cost with IBM’s ... [more]


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Cúram Business Application Suite on IBM System Z
Industry Solutions

Redbooks, published 7 Jul 2009

In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we demonstrate how the Cúram Business Application Suite™ and IBM System z® together provide a complete solution for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery for social enterprises around the world. We also describe how agencies are realizing tangible benefits from this comprehensive solution. The long-standing strategic and technical partnership between Cúram Software and IBM has benefited our joint customers in a number of ways. Ongoing collaboration implementing the Cúram Business Application Suite at customer sites has resulted in ... [more]


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IBM Software Supporting ACORD Insurance Standards
Industry Solutions

Redbooks, published 18 Mar 2009

This IBM® Redbooks® publication helps you design and create demonstrations or solutions that meet ACORD insurance standards with minimal application coding. If you are not interested in creating such demonstrations yourself, we show you two and provide you with contacts to show those demonstrations. ACORD has published and maintains insurance industry standards. The two most complete and often used standards are ACORD eForms and ACORD messaging. ACORD eForms includes hundreds of electronic forms, which can be used as-is with the IBM Lotus® Forms Viewer or modified slightly for use with the ... [more]


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Fidelity National Information Systems Payments Reference Architecture for IBM System z
z Systems

Redbooks, published 29 Sep 2008, last updated 1 Oct 2008

The number of electronic transactions conducted by financial institutions around the world every day is growing astronomically. Today payments can account for a significant portion of a bank’s total cost. The ability to move money quickly and safely and to manage the associated data management flows are necessary components of banking. Banks must also gain critical insights from their data to stay steps ahead of Internet-based theft of bank and customer information. These thefts can dangerously undermine the efficiencies of more cost-effective virtual delivery channels. On the positive ... [more]


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Case Study: SOA Retail Business Pattern
Industry Solutions

Redpaper, published 29 Sep 2008

This IBM® Redpaper publication is one in a series of service-oriented architecture (SOA) papers that feature a case study involving a fictitious company called JKHL Enterprises (JKHLE). The focus of the case study in this paper is the retail industry sector and how organizations can use SOA to construct solutions that improve cycle time, process efficiency, customer satisfaction, and speed to market and that reduce costs. This paper focuses specifically on two aspects of the retail industry: -- Multi-channel retailing (online-to-store) -- New product introduction Get hands-on experience at ... [more]


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