Published on 31 Aug 2009
“ It is important for us to continue to provide customer-oriented banking services to secure our position as the number-one Internet bank. We have great expectations for IBM as a partner with whom we pioneer new frontiers as well as being our navigator in the field of IT. ”
Yoshikazu Tanaka, CEO, SBI Sumishin Net Bank
SBI Sumishin Net Bank
Fidelity Information Services
Headquartered in Tokyo, SBI Sumishin Net Bank is an “Internet-only” bank established as a joint venture between SBI Holdings and Sumitomo Trust & Banking.
In Japan, competition in the Internet banking business has been intensifying. In this environment, SBI Sumishin Net Bank, Ltd. aimed to bring to market a broad product lineup in a shorter period than other financial institutions.
Development of a totally new Internet banking platform was characterized by the use of an accounting system application package and a service-oriented architecture (SOA) framework.
A total of approximately 600 billion yen in funds was deposited and 400,000 new accounts were opened after only 18 months since the start of operations. The time required to launch the service was shorter than that required for the development of conventional financial products.
IBM products and services that were used in this case study.
WebSphere Message Broker, WebSphere MQ, WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, Tivoli Storage Manager, DB2 Universal Database on pSeries
Power Systems, System p: Power 570, System p: Power 595
Service Management, Service Oriented Architecture, Smarter Planet, Middleware - IT Service Management - Performance Management
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