Flinders, Karl
January 2008
Computer Weekly;1/22/2008, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the replacement of old Internet banking platform of HSBC Holdings PLC with a single Website. It is reported that HSBC has replaced a nine-year-old Internet banking platform across the world with a single Website to cut costs and add functionality after completing a project that saw the bank run two Internet banking services simultaneously to minimise risk. The Personal Internal banking application and its supporting security applications were replaced and the bank had to rewrite code for all applications within this such as balance reporting, bill payments and share-dealing software.


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