Unisys is trying to persuade financial services suppliers that its latest consultancy offering can help them fight off the attack from retailers such as Tesco.
The solution, FBA Columbus,is aimed at banks, building societies and insurance companies. It was devised following market research by the Millennium Group organisation, which concluded that, despite heavy investment in new customer-centric information systems, banks and other personal finance providers remain constrained by their IT systems.
FBA Columbus provides a library of up to 100 software components, which cover areas such as customer products and services, business management, relationship management delivery and gateway services. It also provides a software architecture so that users can model, select and construct systems. All this is designed to be implemented alongside consultancy services from Unisys.
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