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SAP Banking Congress demonstrates Eco

The SAP Banking Congress is a mixture of networking, new software features, customer success stories, and user group activities. Although this event is German based, some of the contributions and participants point to interactions with non-German Banking market and give this event a bit of international flavor.

The event took place in Frankfurt, September 28-29, 2008. The actual FS crisis was one of the focuses, evident from the viewpoint of globalization and international connectivity of the banking world. The other main topic pointed to new business scenarios driven by the change in behavior of today’s banking customers. Led by consumption of IT and software capabilities, mobility and flexibility, internationalization and globalization, and people’s personnel life cycle planning targets, business between banks and their customers will change.

Presentations about implementations, customer successes, and features/functions together with a large exhibition with SAP Banking partners demonstrated a excellent working Eco environment. Networking, building new business relations, and sync on existing collaboration scenarios are the value drivers of this event.

A reasonable number of the presentations are available. Most of them are in German, but some are also in English. If you like to view them, please check out here at the SAP Germany events sites.

Enjoy the event proceedings. Your feedback is warmly welcome.

kind regards Paul

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  • KYC and AML are important requirments for the regulators. I do believe that fraud analyitcs, from the prespective of patttern recognition using neural networks can help banks identify suspicious activities that can have a direct impact on the bottom line of banks. Considering the terabytes of data that the banks deal with it is important that technology is used to identify patterns using Neural Networks, Artificial Intelligence and Business Intelligence to highlight suspicious activities.
    • Hi Babu, thanks your your comment. I forwarded this already to my colleagues from solution management and analytics. I asked them to provide you with some reflections on your comment. Kind regards Paul