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Agility

We know how to place non-technological users with autonomous access and with no operational constraints to information.

Efficiency

The principles of staging area/data warehouse architecture, with an intermediate area for structured data, allow hastening projects and facilitating progress.

Productivity

Pre-configured components in a graphic environment, data integration and reuse, reduce the time needed for developing solutions with our customers.

Standardization

Tested information models, suited to the financial sector and adoption of benchmark concepts and technologies, lower our customers’ costs and prevent dispersion of information and investment.

Processes

The knowledge and availability of algorithms for calculating KPIs and Profitability for the financial sector, of bank processes and of the way how the information supports these processes are the keys to success.

Industry

The accumulated expertise in projects related to the financial sector enables anticipating and resolving issues such as analysis dimensions (e.g. branch, segment, channel, customer, …), transfer prices, models of goals and incentives, among others.

References

    The services and technology architecture outlined by this Asseco PST department creates an offer matrix that responds to needs ranging from searching simple data to responding to highly complex business requirements, by way of an analytical use of data with different purposes, regulatory reports or connections with other applications.

    In a minimalistic way, we can group projects under the three following types:

    Analytical Applications

    Provision of complex applications that use information from the analytical point of view. These applications comprise a standard development and, in any given project, the application is customized according to the customer's needs.

    • Impairment Calculation | Calculation and monthly accounting of impairment losses in the credit portfolio of Banking Institutions pursuant to IAS 39.
    • iBanka | Monitoring business performance using reports and dashboards that quickly and assertively provide business information.
    • Credit Management | Support to controlling credit management processes according to the action strategy outlined by the institutions.

    Ad-hoc Services

    The purpose of AD-HOC Services is to respond to one-off data access needs, aiming at a diversified range of user profiles. Users can be both consultants with a broad knowledge of the operational data model and managers seeking answers to the business’ specific and one-off issues but who do not master the data model.
    AD-HOC Services provides access to suitable data according to specific user profiles, as their goals and needs are different.

    Connectors with other applications

    Since DATA SERVICES is a data provider, it is undoubtedly the privileged point for feeding data-consuming applications, such as CRM, BPM applications, and regulatory reports.

    The mission of DATA SERVICES is to deliver information from data provided by operational sources.  
    Such data are provided according to the desired format, XML, SQL tables, files, applications, and from an integrated information perspective (DW static information) or allowing access to real-time data (information from a dynamic perspective).

    DATA SERVICES’ service and technology architecture comprises a core of processes involving the collection, processing and provision of information, based on the knowledge of operational data and of technical and business concepts implicit to such data; that knowledge allows establishing secure transformation processes and according to the way how that information is expected to be used.

    The highly diversified project methodology relies heavily on the type of project in question, which is agreed with the customer at the start of the project, considering issued like follow-up, coordination, phases, planning, deliverables, responsibilities, quality certification mechanisms and risk mitigation.

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