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Big Banks Cut Costs With LANSA-Based Lending System

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Executive Summary

Accrediting Commission for Business Schools (ACBS) is a division of Fidelity National Information Services Incorporated. It has established itself as the leading provider of software and global solutions to its ever increasing fold of international clients. Their prestigious clientele include Barclays Capital, Bank of America, Canadian Imperial, Chase Manhattan Bank, Bank of Nova Scotia and Bank of Commerce to name a few. ACBS clients implement these software in iSeries and Windows server environments. LANSA, with their successful web applications aimed to reduce operational costs and increased productivity results, had ACBS for a loyal client. Realizing the full potential of LANSA and doing a full research on the Return On Investment (ROI) factor of LANSA they became the loyal customer of the web application company for years. Thanks to the high engineering solutions of LANSA they have shortened the gap between the end user and the developer and facilitated user end interaction a great deal. With LANSA they faced the major challenges suffered by commercial banks - the challenge of competing and winning in the global arena. They also wanted to work down their operational costs by about 40% which was achieved later on. They believed that LANSA is marketable because it is easy to use and consistent in their design. The end result was a successful growing clientele and one can read their valuable inputs in the paper.

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