SaaS DELIVERY MODEL

OLYMPIC Banking System as a Service

Simplify your  IT operations

With market competition getting tougher and increasing demand for new products and services, banks and financial institutions need to be able to focus more on their customers and business growth strategy.

OLYMPIC Banking System is available as a SaaS solution, enabling institutions to access it without having to install and run applications on their own IT infrastructures. Institutions opting for this cost-effective, reliable and secure delivery model will gain agility for their business.

Institutions looking to optimise productivity and efficiency can leverage enterprise connectivity (via APIs) to streamline their business models, enabling them to offer better services at more competitive prices.

Focus on customers

In a SaaS model, the technology increases transparency for the customer, enabling institutions to free up resources for their core business. SaaS covers a full spectrum of activities, from IT infrastructure outsourcing to application operation (AO) and application management (AM) .

Reduced operating costs

Providing access to the highest standard of IT system operation, managing updates smoothly and eliminating costly in-house data centre management. In a SaaS model, institutions are better positioned to address their customer servicing needs at a lower cost, whether they use a public or private cloud.

Robust & secure application management

A comprehensive managed service is provided, covering the whole production management lifecycle. These services are supported by service level indicators, enabling efficient activity management.

Automated infrastructure monitoring

Security managed at an enterprise level, thanks to SaaS. Disaster recovery protocols are managed in case of system failure, keeping business data secured at all times to achieve high availability (HA) thanks to storage and back-ups. Services provided to monitor and manage IT architecture include: virtualisation, networks, operating systems, servers, middleware and runtime.