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Modelling the Product Hierarchy for Financial Services

Modelling the Product Hierarchy is critical as technology advances in response to evolving compliance requirements in Financial Services. Therefore I have updated if not reconstructed this page in response to the discussion it prompted. I intially developed this set of references 'to order' when working with IPL on 

An Information Framework for Financial Services Supervision

In my initial version of this blog / web-page; this is all I had to say;-

" Below a set of references, typically 'asymptotix-eclectic' which provide a roundup of captured and developed IP in this space to date. "make your Life easy"! There is no need to re-invent the wheel, IBM and SAP have been thinking about it for decades "

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.tdan.com/view-featured-columns/5400/ 

ftp://service.boulder.ibm.com/software/data/mdm/pdf/IFW_Process_GIM.pdf 

http://mike2.openmethodology.org/wiki/Guidelines_for_Using_the_FSLDM 

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/f8/580f40763f1e07e10000000a1550b0/frameset.htm 

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0909_nigam/0909_nigam.html

 

Below the (NEW, Feb 2012-version) reconstruction and update of asymptotix material on modelling the Product Hierarchy in Financial Services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“you can't have a product without a customer”

PUBLIC QUANTITATIVE ANALYTICS: ASYMPTOTIC ORGANISATIONAL LAYOUTS

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a discussion of european issues of data quality & reliability

& a sketch of a roadmap to address such

 

 

The European Commission is not interested in the best interests of Greece or Greeks. So long as Barrosso and VanRompuy spin and spin and have Sarko and Merkel onside then the European Commission can serve its own interests entirely.

 

The problem, right now, is that Sarko & Merkel alongside Obama and Cameron have an Economic Nightmare on their hands, their private sector economies are flatlining. Dying on the Operating Table. Isn’t it strange sometimes when you meet a senior Brussels official: they don’t seem to really know there is a serious recession outside Schuman?

Data Governance for Risk Management

THE CHALLENGE FOR BANKING LINE MANAGEMENT

In a recent blog post, which has been very popular I must say, I went off on one of my "wax lyrical" rants about the sorry predicament of line management in banking today. If I refer my own twitter feed I must be one of the few people worldwide to offer a scrap of sympathy to that beleaguered community but fear not chaps I am on your side (if you want!?). My blog post on banking line management is here;-

Oracle White Paper: Application Grid - The Ideal Platform for IT Consolidation

Today’s economic environment is driving many enterprise IT organizations to
consolidate, that is, to reduce the numbers of vendors of different technologies and to
reduce the resources used by those technologies within their data centers. Consolidation
means different things at different levels: it can be reducing the number of physical
servers to run a given workload; it can be combining multiple data stores into a single
larger storage facility; it can be the replacement of multiple applications of redundant
functionality with a single all-encompassing solution. We look here at the opportunity for
consolidation of middleware—Java application servers and related technologies.
Consolidating or reducing the number of vendors of a given technology can significantly
improve efficiency by streamlining operations. For example, if an IT shop has more than
one type of application server, each will have its own update schedule, patching
procedures, and management practices. Consolidating to a single application server will
bring simplification and economies of scale to each of these activities.

The New Banking Transparency is inevitably DIY UPDATE

 

I would go straight to pdf on this stream of conciousness waffling piece of drivel from some years ago ... (sic) .....before I hit the whisky ....... while its printing you can enjoy this view of an RAF Tornado on excercise over Loch Sunart ... & yes this is the one that includes the geeky bit about product hierarchy modelling @ the end ... & the 'Banking Transparency 101' insert too; - enjoy!

 

 

 

The New Banking Transparency is inevitably DIY

 

Sunday, 25 October 2009

 

 

TOGAF Version 9 -- The Open Group Architecture Framework

TOGAF 9 FrameworkWe posted this reference below in February this year & have recently re-referred it in a discussion of The Point About Stress Tests

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