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ASP dot NET based online passbook for a leading bank in central asia

The challenge

One of the leading banks in central Asia needed an online passbook solution to enable its customers have access to the account related information such as balance, transaction history and funds transfer. Since, the bank’s core application was built on .NET platform and was running multiple MS SQL databases; bank was facing several challenges to enable web based services for its customers.

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The Solution

Advanton decided to send a team of technical experts at the client’s location that helped in understanding the requirements and analyzing the challenges. Onsite team did a thorough analysis of the client’s existing applications and prepared a technical report after several mettings with the bank’s in-house IT team. Technical team then returned and started the first planning the project. The project was divided into two phases. In the first phase, the core project team worked on building a web service that can interact with the multiple databases of the bank’s core application and can provide accurate results on the client-side to the customers. In the second phase, team prepared several interfaces mock-ups and provided design walkthroughs to the client and after the approval, the client-side web based application was integrated with the web-services to enable online passbook services, balance information, transaction history and fund transfers. New system helped the bank in acquiring new customer accounts by differentiating its services. Customers loved the convenience of having all the account information available over the web in a secure and encrypted environment.

Technologies

ASP.NET, Visual Studio 2008, .NET framework 4.0, SQL Server 2008, web services

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