For the banking industry, information technology is a key enabler of the business - but also a significant challenge. There has never been a more important time to ensure that the technology portfolios are supporting key business strategies.
In the past, banks often have made substantial investments in a variety of heterogeneous systems that have expanded over time. In today’s business environment, they need to better integrate those systems and find ways to leverage existing technologies while bringing on new ones to meet evolving business needs. In addition, banking regulations are continuously evolving and keeping up can be time consuming and costly.
Where our competition tends to focus either on strategy or IT implementations, Deloitte has made the choice to cover the full spectrum of an entire information technology services portfolio.
We can provide assistance for assessing or drafting an IT strategy, we can also assist you for setup or operate PMO board for large projects and perform any activity related to development (such as .Net, Java J2EE, PHP, XML or XBRL), or in general to application life cycle, from selection to customisation, training, rollout, maintenance and support.
In line with our multidisciplinary capability, we can combine expertise, including both technical and functional - such as regulatory topics. For example, we are able to assist you in regulatory projects such as the review of IT impacts related to Basel III.
In this framework, our practitioners use a set of methodologies and toolkits aligned with both the banking industry and best market practices (such as PMI, ITIL, TOGAF or CMMi) that accelerate and help our clients align their technology with their strategy, people, processes and systems.
Deloitte’s information technology professionals assist its banking clients in achieving business value through IT by providing a spectrum of services from advisory through implementation.
We are recognised in the marketplace for our capabilities across the delivery spectrum.