In Turkey, Kuveyt Turk operates as a participation bank, recruiting other banks to participate and share risks and profits. It conducts business in five segments: retail, small business, commercial, corporate; and treasury, international, and investment banking, and wanted to efficiently increase trading volumes and its customer base.
“But this worked in my environment” … “I tested this I swear” … “You sure it is my code?” These are typical responses you hear from developers when something goes wrong in production. There really isn’t anything anyone can do besides either debugging directly in production, or rolling back and… Read More →
Dutch Railways is the principal passenger railway operator in the Netherlands. A private company solely owned by the Dutch government, it provides rail services on the Dutch main-rail network and international rail services to other European destinations.
As first published by Internet of Business: https://internetofbusiness.com/tibco-double-efficiency-digital-twins/ In five years’ time, it’s quite likely that devices will run much of the world through their own private Internet of Things. There could be billions of them and they’ll all have their own virtual “mini-me.” But there’s no need to worry and… Read More →
There is a curious thing that happens with enterprise software: a class of enterprise software is only considered mature when everyone is talking about it. Interestingly enough, this often happens well before everyone has implemented it. While true that when everyone is talking about a class of enterprise software there… Read More →
Many of the customer conversations I have these days cover the efforts organizations are undergoing to migrate their applications to the cloud. The conversations are deeper discussions than simply around the adoption of SaaS applications; we talk about how to leverage cloud in conjunction with existing infrastructure to:
The integration market has changed! When I look back to my role as an integration specialist a number of years ago (the start of a new year is as good as time as any for reflection), I remember talking about EAI (enterprise application integration), connectors, and mappings, and also discussing… Read More →
It isn’t a well known fact, but Santa’s workshop is focused on more than just manufacturing. In fact, it one of the largest employers in the Northern Hemisphere and one of the largest distributors of packages in the world. Not only does the workshop do manufacturing and logistics but there… Read More →
I’m constantly amazed by the rate of change and innovation in my personal life and in the world we live in today. Just when you think the world is slowing down, it just gets faster. New paradigms and ways of doing things are popping up everywhere, largely enabled by our… Read More →
Just about every database in every enterprise and government agency is full of data with inconsistencies, errors, and duplicate records, resulting in imperfect data. This gives a very hard time to systems and people trying to find the data they need. Whether it’s pairing invoices with a purchase order, transactions… Read More →