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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

‘Rubikon application is making impact’

ONe of the universal banking software solution providers, Neptune Software, has said that its brand, Rubikon is making impact globally.

Neptune had in a statement noted that this was evident following the most recent sign-ups for the banking platform by Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) and Infrastructure Development Bank, Nepal.

The new generation banking platform which was officially launched in 2008 in United Kingdom head office of Neptune with office in Nigeria, has already been deployed by over 18 banks in different countries around the world.

Other banks, officials listed included Berhan International Bank, Ethiopia; Adehyeman Savings & Loans, Ghana; Savings House Mozhnosti, Macedonia; National Savings & Credit Bank, Zambia; Industrial & Commercial Development Corporation, Kenya; Beselidhja Zavet Microfinance, Kosovo; Efatha Bank, Tanzania; Bank Monarch, UK; TN Bank, Zimbabwe, Victoria Commercial Bank, Kenya; ILFCO, Nepal; Marvhan Japan Bank, Cambodia, First Investment Specialised Bank Ltd, Cambodia; Malawi Savings Bank, Malawi to name a few.

Equally, the banks, according to them have over 30 branches and more than 500,000 customers, have selected the Rubikon banking solution, amongst a pack of other world class solutions on account of the rich and comprehensive features, functionalities and benefits it offers.

The decisions to select Rubikon, ITRealms Online gathered were also in-line with the banks’ strategic plans to revamp and strengthen existing systems in order to meet their growing ICT needs and to stay ahead in the market.

Rubikon is a next generation banking solution that offers a comprehensive range of functionality, with features including integrated workflow/event management, case management, document management, rules engine, multiple delivery channels, regulatory compliance, business intelligence and data warehousing.

ITRealms Online recalls that Rubikon is notable as a 100 per cent Java solution, based on J2EE technology and built on a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).

Hence, it supports both grid and cloud computing on the Oracle 10g platform, offering a basketful of cost and operational benefits to users. It is also the first system that truly eliminates the need for an ‘end of day’ processing.

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