IBM Banking and Financial Markets Data Warehouse Project Edition - license

Mfg.Part: D092QLL | CDW Part: 4942798 | UNSPSC: 43232314
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  • License + 1 Year Software Subscription and Support
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IBM Banking and Financial Markets Data Warehouse provides comprehensive data models containing data warehouse design models, business terminology model and analysis templates.

Enable employees and managers to make better business decisions. Identify your most profitable customers through more effective estimation of wallet share. With IBM Banking Data Warehouse you can integrate information across applications throughout your enterprise. Put access to real-time, decision-making information to your advantage.

IBM Banking Data Warehouse is part of the IBM Information FrameWork (IFW), a set of business-ready models that are proven to foster collaboration and approval between business and IT, as necessary, to turn business requirements into actionable solutions.

A new subject area that targets corporate, institutional investing, investment services, and market infrastructure. On the "buy side" of the market, the Financial Markets Data Warehouse creates a platform to drive an overall Enterprise Data Management strategy and support back-office initiatives such as corporate actions, custody, fund accounting, performance and analytics, enterprise compliance and risk management, corporate governance, and cash management. On the "sell side" of the market, the Financial Markets Data Warehouse can be used as a core platform for an overall Enterprise Data Management strategy and supports middle and back-office initiatives such as treasury and accounting, and enterprise compliance and risk management.

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