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20
Mar

Emirates NBD – Client Story

Background Emirates NBD decided to roll out a single user interface to their clients irrespective of the products they have. The range of products include  current (checking), savings and deposit accounts, credit cards, insurance, loans and investment management products. Their mobile strategy is to provide a single unified user interface for their   clients irrespective of …

4
Oct

IBS – Client Story

Background In 2013, IBS Capital Management (IBS) had implemented a client portal with limited functionality. It allowed the client to check their positions, performance, etc. but integration with back-end systems was not seamless. Clients and Advisors could not do much else with this tool. In short, it acted solely as a reporting tool with no …

16
Mar

Client Engagement: The New Requirements

While everyone is talking about the employee and employer issues with BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in the enterprise, there are groups that have been hugely impacted by the pervasiveness of smartphones and tablets as the primary device for communication and work. These groups include account managers, advisors, relationship managers and all those who are …

16
Mar

Mobile Security: Beyond The Security Theater

Security Theater is defined as “the practice of investing in countermeasures intended to provide the feeling of improved security while doing little or nothing to actually achieve it.” (Source: Wikipedia). Many organizations roll out so-called security policies and solutions aimed at securing their apps, data, networks and increasingly, employee-owned mobile devices. In reality, however, these measures do …

16
Mar

SOA and Mobile: Not A Match Made In Heaven

The promise of service oriented architecture seems perfect for mobile – at first blush. But there are some key differences in creating apps for mobile vs desktop and web apps when it comes to your enterprise SOA – beyond hardware differences. While SOA will indeed do the heavy lifting for you as a pluggable framework …