Use of current technology and established standard technology makes the software powerful, easy to maintain and expandable. Various interfaces such as GEOs and BEMA (Raiffeisen Tokyo Block = RT) enable extensions. Due to the long experience of the team, the software - unlike many other systems - could be built in a top-down design and thus completely planned from the beginning.
financeManager can be easily integrated into the banks' portals. This is made possible by a so-called Open Development API. The in-house IT can carry out the operation as well as the integration of financeManager itself. This reduces project and migration costs by using in-house know-how. The bank remains independent of the software and the function of financeManager is therefore unique.
financeManager is compatible with all common backend systems. The integration effort is minimal due to neartime interfaces and no data migration required. Despite all this, the software runs completely independently and is therefore not dependent on the backend. So nothing stands in the way of round-the-clock operation, even if your previous backend was not capable of it.
The software was developed in Java and built and improved according to the internationally valid J2EE standard. Today it runs productively on jBoss enterprise servers, but can also be used on all other enterprise servers. An Oracle or Postgress database serves as data storage medium, whereby financeManager can be used on all common databases. This makes financeManager flexible and easily expandable.
We developed financeManager in a way that allows distributed work without any restrictions. In order to ensure flexibility, web-based systems (smart clients) were chosen, which have the same functionality as fat-clients and can be used universally.