Open Solutions Debuts Channel Management Center Application Integration Software and Tool-kit

Thursday 15 January 2004 07:42 CET | News

Open Solutions has announced the general availability of the Channel Management Center (CMC), a powerful suite of applications and services designed to facilitate the building and processing of interfaces between disparate systems.

The CMC is designed to act as a translator between core, business and delivery systems, as well as a financial institutions partners systems and online data sources, providing true real-time third-party to third-party interaction. The Channel Management Center is designed to centralize the collection and movement of information throughout the financial institution, while delivering scalability, maximum flexibility and eliminating the need for multiple types of middleware servers. Open Solutions Channel Management Center employs industry standard technologies, such as Microsofts .NET platform, Web Services, XML and C# (C Sharp). The CMC has also been designed with asynchronous processing abilities which enables timely access to multiple data stores simultaneously and increases managements ability to deliver valuable information and processes for new product development, cross-selling, operations and decision making. Open Solutions believes, that depending on their core system and product suite selection, financial institutions have a number of ways they can benefit from the enhanced capabilities of the Channel Management Center technology. Open Solutions is also offering an enterprise version of CMC which includes the Run-Time Engine and Developers Toolkit. The CMC Developers Toolkit is a Windows 32-bit application, modeled after Visual Studio.NET, which is designed to be used to quickly and easily build and deploy interfaces that operate within the runtime environment of the CMC Run-Time Engine. A graphical user interface allows developers to do much of their work by dragging objects onto a workspace and setting properties. Using the toolkit, a financial institution can create interfaces that deliver a richer, more interactive customer experience. For example, a financial institution could automate live calls within an IVR system or conduct online credit checks via a loan origination platform.

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