Open architecture

A robust platform providing the flexibility to innovate

AN AGILE & OPEN INFRASTRUCTURE

OLYMPIC Banking System enables omnichannel access and streamlined processes, built on a fully integrated platform using modern Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles. It is 100% thin-client, offering a responsive, user-friendly web interface and a wide range of capabilities:

Extended deployment flexibility

OLYMPIC Banking System inherently supports digital transformation. It can be deployed on a number of standard platforms, operating systems, DBMSs and application servers. It is available on Red Hat Linux, IBM i, IBM AIX, Microsoft Windows Servers and Oracle Solaris.

Scalability & performance

The platform is capable of supporting any type or size of organisation.

Fully integrated UX

A single responsive user interface, built to modern technology standards (HTML-5), enables users to move seamlessly between all functional areas.

Security

The platform is fully secure, thanks to strict compliance with common best practices relating to access rights and authorisation management.

Relational database

OLYMPIC Banking System is RDBMS-agnostic and can be operated on any system running IBM Db2, Oracle Database, MS SQL Server or PostgreSQL.

Shaping the future of Banking together with BIAN

BIAN’s mission is to provide the world with the best banking Service – Oriented Architecture- to be the banking technology standard.

BIAN is a collaborative not-for-profit ecosystem formed of leading banks, technology providers, consultants and academics from all over the globe.

This network of professionals is dedicated to lowering the cost of banking and boosting speed to innovation in the industry. Members combine their industry expertise to define a revolutionary banking technology framework that standardises and simplifies core banking architecture, which has typically been convoluted and outdated. Based on SOA principles, the comprehensive model provides a future-proofed solution for banks that fosters industry collaboration.