Comprehensive best practice business process models with supportive service definitions for development of a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
The IBM Banking Process and Service models are a Comprehensive set of best practice business process models with supportive service definitions that enable the definition of common processes and services across the enterprise:
- Empowers business users and IT to more effectively control and reduce the time taken to scope requirements, subsequent customization and any extension to key business processes.
- Covers KYC/account opening, lending and syndicated lending (European Union (EU) Consumer Credit Directive), mortgages, wealth management (including private banking, investment management, custody, and information management) savings, investments and deposits, cash management (cash pooling), sales and relationship management, product and marketing management, payment process targeting customer feedback, risk and compliance, human resource administration processes, workflows and more.
- Direct debits: create and establish direct debit mandate based on the SEPA Core Direct Debit Scheme rulebook.
- Cards data management: support card process enhancements based on SEPA Cards Framework 2.1 and US Federal Reserve Act: Credit Card Act of 2009 (H.R. 627).
- Creates common business components and service definitions that support both core system renewal and integration projects using a business-centric, industry object model.
- Integrates with IBM's Component Business Model (CBM) used for business re-engineering and provides a comprehensive dictionary for describing business issues, applications and components enterprise-wide.
- Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) 2.0 format.
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