Kyiv, IDC Business Intelligence Roadshow 2010 Prioritizing for Renewed Opportunities, September 23rd 2010 — Infopulse Ukraine presented solutions for shared data warehouse development using the tools of Informatica PowerCenter ETL and also end-to-end solutions for automating the activity of bank and financial institutions.
“Starting from 2007 Infopulse in cooperation with EDB Business Partner ASA has been engaged in numerous large-scale complex projects, delivering software engineering and IT business services for the largest banks in Scandinavia. At the conference we shared our experience in building a shared data warehouse for a group of Norwegian banks (5 different banks), as well as presented a suite of full-scale banking products offered within the framework of EDB Financial Suite.”— said Timur Pogorelov, EDB Bank & Finance Department Manager in Infopulse Ukraine.
In his report, Timur made a brief overview of EDB Financial Suite (EDB FS) — a set of solutions that performs all possible tasks of operating activities and channels of service delivery.
What is unique about the EDB Financial Suite? It is an overall solutions concept for banking and finance customers. JustFor example, if you want to open a bank today, then tomorrow, with the help of EDB Financial Suite, you will be given a full set of software for the bank’s activities
Enterprise Data Hub is one of the components of EDB FS. It is a single service that provides consolidation, processing and loading data from heterogeneous sources within the entire set of EDB FS. Then these data are exported into the single data warehouse, where they are used for analysis and reporting. ETL-mechanisms (ETL — Extract, Transform & Load) are key component of data warehouse in general and Enterprise Data Hub in particular and they are developed using Informatica PowerCenter products.
In addition Infopulse Ukraine presented EDB iHUB that manages master data (Master Data Management). The integration of all components of EDB Financial Suite with iHUB allows avoiding the data duplication in different systems.
For example, customer’s data, entered once when opening account, are available any time for additional operations, such as credit accommodation, opening a card account etc.