Banking today, is largely technology driven both due to a combination of regulatory and competitive compulsions.
Banks today have no time to give specifications and get tailor-made software. They seek solutions that will get them started immediately. Such an environment therefore calls for better domain knowledge in the IT companies as well.
It has become common practice to employ banking experts; but this cannot fill the knowledge gap as the implementation spans across a large spectrum of financial products, services, processes and locations. Moreover, over time banking has evolved into a highly complex business and the services that a typical bank renders are vast.
The programme attempts to bridge the gaps in domain knowledge of the IT solution providers. The objective of this programme therefore, is to provide the banking knowledge from a system perspective, which will help the designers / developers understand the processes and the information flow better.
The objective of this programme is to cover the basic banking operations and the linkages to various systems, which will enable the participants to appreciate the requirements of the banks and address the implementation issues more effectively.
The workshop are based on power point presentations, case study discussions, tutorials, and group exercises and would be highly interactive.
NOTE: First Workshop was held from 18th to 20th August 2005 at Mumbai. Next programme will be conducted in 2006. For more information, contact us at email@example.com
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