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At the glass, in the moment... business process in mobile moments of truth
VALERIE RASINES 270006M8BM firstname.lastname@example.org | | Etiquettes :  bpm mobile_apps mobile ready_apps ibm banking
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Soon, there will be more mobile devices – smartphones and tablets – than people on earth. And those devices never leave our side, with research reporting that 91% of mobile users keep their device at arm’s reach 100% of the time*.
When applied to the banking industry, this can translate into millions of transactions per day. You can think of a function like remote check deposit via mobile as presenting millions of challenges for accurate processing or millions of opportunities for increasing customer experience and engaging customers in new ways.
These industry dynamics and understanding of mobile consumer trends went into developing the functionality of the IBM Ready Apps for Retail Bank. It’s also why Ready Apps is closely integrated with Business Process Management (BPM).
IBM Ready Apps are enabled with a well-defined set of APIs that are key to integrating mobile client to services. Ready Apps have proven out "live" integration from to IBM's Online Decision Manager and Business Process Management Process Server, performing real-time deposit validation, at the glass, in the moment.
When you deposit a check on your mobile device, it is easy to enter an incorrect digit or take a blurry picture. Discrepancies in the entry are typically identified later by the bank, hours after you have made your deposit.
For real time image quality and data match, Ready Apps submit the deposit to BPM for handling and awaits an online response from BPM in the cloud. Rules-driven image analysis is applied, usable images are screened, and replacement image if needed is triggered.
With BPM, a bank can benefit from greater flexibility in processing exception handling and reconcilement processes and managing volume. This advantage expands as core banking and teller systems, document handling databases and analytics engines are ported to BPM. BPM can also be combined with the mobile device’s GPS location and used to call fraud analytics rules to screen for patterns and fraud. And assurance of the deposit reduces the potentially heated back-and-forth with customers as they try to parse out why a deposit amount cleared and then was later adjusted.
The Ready Apps ported to BPM opens up the full power of business process orchestration. The need to connect to a rules-based engine and IBM Ready Apps is true across industry, and the Ready Apps team is actively finding opportunities to integrate BPM across the entire portfolio of Ready Apps. Every industry is looking to deliver actionable information as a way to improve their bottom line and their engagement with customers.
Industry-specific IBM Ready Apps are a significant expansion of the IBM MobileFirst Application Development portfolio. For more information, visit:
*Source: “China Mobile 50k survey”; Morgan Stanley Research; 2007