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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”

Exchange Traded Everything

Asymptotix is today releasing a new paper:  

Risk Management: A Differential Diagnosis.

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;-

IBM Cookbook for IBM Cognos 8.4 for use with SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse

cinquentennaire in snowvery interesting, strategically & technically

This document is intended to provide a single point of reference for techniques and product behaviours when dealing with SAP Business Warehouse as a data source.

Chris Nottage Lloyds TSB @ IBM IOD 2008

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What does IBM’s acquisition of SPSS mean?

 

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THIS VERSION: RE_WRITTEN 7th April 2011

IBM acquired SPSS in the peak of the summer of 2009; I was in Provence. (IBM SPSS PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT) That deal was largely credited as a trigger for the SAP consideration of acquiring TIBCO and the on-consequent of TIBCO's acquisition of (the very wonderful) Data Synapse! 

Dont forget that IBM had acquired COGNOS for FIVE BILLION DOLLARS (all cash) at the end of '07 in the parallel universe BI consolidation herd-instinct rush of that winter which (arguably) was topped in the 3D chess-move response by SAP when it acquired Business Objects for AN ALMOST IDENTICAL AMOUNT in the same period.

Get to grips with business intelligence

 

Despite all the money invested in IT systems over the years, a study by IBM reveals that two-thirds of UK mid-market businesses still rely on error-prone manual processes when it comes to dealing with data, the lifeblood of any effective 21st century business. It is a problem that business intelligence (BI) tools were supposed to have solved.

Interview with Bob Sutor, VP of Linux and Open Source at IBM

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In this episode of Open Voices, Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin talks with newly appointed VP of Linux and Open Source at IBM Bob Sutor. They cover IBM’s current support of Linux, the origin of that support, and the hotspots Bob sees in the Linux and open source market today. Highlights include conversation about cloud computing, Linux on the desktop, ODF, and the growth of the Linux community. Bob will cover these topics in more detail during his keynote at the upcoming LinuxCon conference in September in Portland, OR.

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