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IBM Credit Risk System Targets Big Banks
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D. Henschen
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8/21/2013 | 4:20:20 PM
re: IBM Credit Risk System Targets Big Banks
Make no mistake: this "solution" is not the equivalent of an ERP "system" for banks. The quick win is risk dashboards. Once that's done the solution may well consolidate overlapping legacy systems and replace them with new, optimized processes, but it will take a GBS services engagement to bring it all together (even if, as IBM says, there are "prebuilt and prepackaged blueprints, templates and frameworks" that give you a head start.
Any one of the components -- Algorithmics, Cognos, FileNet, and/or a DB2 data warehouse with DataStage ETL -- cloud take more than a year to implement. Put it all together and it's a two- to three-year project at a minimum.


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