QBurst developed a banking application that provides better financial services to Front End Customers (FECs) of the bank. FECs include financial institutions and other units within the bank’s network. The application we built also has web interfaces that can be used by customers, agents, and staff of these FECs.
The e-Business Suite (EBS) is a middleware that connects the core banking system and delivery channels such as ATM (Automatic Teller Machine) and POS (Point of Sale) for the client. EBS maintains the virtual account details of customers of FECs and enables them to use the bank’s IT infrastructure.
The QBurst team played a vital role in the requirement study, preparation of consolidated SRS, and functional specification, design and development of the e-Business suite and FEC applications.
This was followed by a major phase-1 release of the EBS application and Portfolio Manager (a front-end application for a premium financial company who is the client’s customer).
The portfolio application includes functionalities that enable customers, staff, and agents to view and manage national certificates.
The co-branded portal and ATM cards turned out to be beneficial to customers, FECs, and the bank.
QBurst managed product development from inception to deployment.
The application acts like a middleware that connects the bank's core banking system, delivery channels like ATM, and the external systems owned by FECs. Application has EJB services (Enterprise Java Beans) exposed to cater to requests from the web application as well as those from delivery channels like ATM. Communication with the external ATM Transaction Processing Middleware happens using PHX8583 (customized version of ISO8583) over TCP/IP.
Financial portal with access to customers, FEC employees, agents, and general public. The portal provides customers the ability to manage their individual accounts. Staff and agents have the ability to manage customers. Public can buy certificates.
Customized Spring Security based authentication and authorization at the client tier and enterprise server layer, meeting OWASP guidelines.