How Banks Can Achieve Application Interoperability

Microsoft's new Banking Integration Factory initiative aims to help banks integrate multiple applications across telephone, the Web, retail branches, ATMs and other banking channels. Greg Haislip, Director, Banking Industry Solutions, Microsoft U.S. Financial Services Group During this week’s BAI Retail Delivery Conference & Expo, Microsoft is showcasing its efforts to help banks achieve interoperability among […]

Microsoft's new Banking Integration Factory initiative aims to help banks integrate multiple applications across telephone, the Web, retail branches, ATMs and other banking channels.

Greg Haislip, Director, Banking Industry Solutions, Microsoft U.S. Financial Services Group
Greg Haislip, Director, Banking Industry Solutions, Microsoft U.S. Financial Services Group

During this week’s BAI Retail Delivery Conference & Expo, Microsoft is showcasing its efforts to help banks achieve interoperability among business applications. The company will announce the Microsoft Banking Integration Factory, which brings together Microsoft and partner technologies at the services level to help banks create composite line-of-business applications.

Microsoft’s U.S. Financial Services group is a signature sponsor of the event, and also plans to distribute a white paper demonstrating the advantages for banks in moving to Microsoft Windows Vista and the Microsoft 2007 Office System by empowering employees via seamless access to information.

To learn more, PressPass interviewed Greg Haislip, banking industry solutions director for Microsoft’s U.S. Financial Services Group, for additional details behind these announcements.
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How Banks Can Achieve Application Interoperability