The award-winning project for VTB24 bank is the most complex and unprecedented in its scope in the Russian market. Universal Layer of Banking Services (ULBS) integration solution on the basis of Oracle ESB and Oracle BPM industrial platforms is the keystone of this project. It contains 600 integration components and combines 20 IT-systems of the bank in a unified information field. ULBS covers requirements of online banking and office support in cash and settlement operations, credit and deposits operations, bankcards transactions and marketing events. This solution is a powerful IT-foundation of the bank for retail services development and it allows servicing over 15 million clients all over Russia in all time zone by any communication channels in a unified mode.

The Award is founded by The Retail Finance magazine in 2007. This is one of the honorable awards in the retail financial business and banking automation. Its goal remains the same for 8 years: to reveal the most prominent professionals and attract attentions to the most significant achievements in the past year, by presenting the best practices in retail to the market players. The editors of The Retail Finance makes a decision on giving the award on the basis of its own analytical research and the results of open voting on the website of the magazine.

Elena Lukutina, Partner and Director of Operations and Technological Development at Neoflex, comments on the occasion: ‘High evaluation by the experts and acknowledgement of the market are the best motivation for creation of new unique solutions confirming technological leadership of the company in the area of integration services. I would like to say Thank you to all my colleagues for their honest and dedicated work and all the people who voted for our unique project for VTB24’.

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