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  • Competence Center Sourcing in the Financial IndustryScientific partner: University of St. Gallen

    Competence Center Sourcing in the Financial Industry

    Scientific partner: University of St. Gallen

  • Competence Center Sourcing in the Financial IndustryPractice partners: Up to twenty research partner companies contribute their expertise in a consortium

    Competence Center Sourcing in the Financial Industry

    Practice partners: Up to twenty research partner companies contribute their expertise in a consortium

  • Competence Center Sourcing in the Financial IndustryScientific partner: Swiss Design Institute for Finance and Banking from Zurich University of the Arts

    Competence Center Sourcing in the Financial Industry

    Scientific partner: Swiss Design Institute for Finance and Banking from Zurich University of the Arts

  • Competence Center Sourcing in the Financial IndustryScientific partner: University of Leipzig

    Competence Center Sourcing in the Financial Industry

    Scientific partner: University of Leipzig

Competence Center Sourcing in the Financial Industry

The Competence Center «Sourcing in the Financial Industry» and its numerous partners focus on the question how banks can position themselves at the customer interface and, using this as the point of departure, how they can rearrange their business architecture, process architecture, service architecture, and IS/IT architecture in the front office and back office areas. The CC Sourcing looks back at ten successful years of researching different core themes regarding the future of the banking industry, accompanied by Professor em. Dr Hubert Österle and as of recently also by Professor Dr Reinhard Jung.
The current CC Sourcing phase 6 (10/14 – 09/16) takes up the topics digital business and transformation towards the digital bank and contributes research findings from three thematic focus points to the future configuration of the banking industry. Focusing on the end consumer, the CC Sourcing develops new mechanisms and business models in accordance with the concept of the digital bank and uses innovative technologies to create disruptive business models influencing the entire financial network.

  • The focus area Digitalization in the Advisory Process concentrates on future forms of hybrid customer interaction employing event-driven customer journeys. Reference architectures make the digital customer-bank-interaction comprehensible and lead to the transformation of the traditional advisory service towards a customer-oriented advisory service.
  • Sourcing Agility develops tools that help banks evaluate the transformation towards flexible and standardized sourcing models in the financial network. The use of established industry standards as well as the development of a new industry standard 2.0 in cooperation with BIAN (www.bian.org) give rise to forward-looking sourcing models for the entire banking industry.
  • The research area Big Data is considered from a business perspective. Transformation techniques that complement existing process models, and a valuation method for assessing the profitability of Big Data projects render the much discussed topic feasible and viable.

Additional best practices and regulatory aspects concerning the above-mentioned focus areas ensure a broad understanding of innovative concepts both at the customer interface and in the back office area. The application of the research findings in bilateral projects between the CC Sourcing and partner companies guarantees their practicability.
The CC Sourcing combines the expertise of the Institute of Information Management of the University of St. Gallen with that of the Information Systems Institute in Leipzig.

 

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