Online Banking

Developed and launched new online banking solution, enabling customers to complete simple transactions, such as transfers and online balances and supporting increased percentage of banking transactions online in the first year.

Reference Architecture

Leveraged Rubicon Red Reference Architecture to implement best practice loosely-coupled service architecture for Oracle SOA to connect and manage the interactions between disparate technologies and support multichannel access for numerous online devices.

Faster Transactions

Implemented end-to-end integrated enterprise architecture with Oracle SOA Suite which helps cut customer transaction times, reduces IT maintenance, boosts developer productivity and centralizes SOA governance interactions.

Bank Audi

To drive increased growth in the business Bank Audi wanted to bring new online and banking products to market ahead of competitors and increase business agility in a dynamic financial-services environment. Plus, they needed to cut maintenance costs, reduce development and testing time, and diagnose and rectify errors faster across heterogeneous multivendor solutions used for the bank’s front-line customer-facing services and back-office processes.

Bank Audi developed and launched new online banking and document-management applications, using Oracle SOA Suite to connect and manage the interactions between disparate technologies and rapidly build new services. Rubicon Red helped design and architect the solution.

“Oracle SOA Suite has given us an agile, transparent, end-to-end integrated enterprise architecture that helps us cut customer transaction times, reduce IT maintenance, and boost developer productivity.” – Danny Dagher, Chief Information Officer, Bank Audi S.A.L.

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