Savvas, Antony
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p101
Trade Publication
The article informs that companies SAP AG and Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) have joined forces to offer banks product pricing optimisation technology. The collaboration, as reported by SAP, will bring together the SAP Price Optimization application with CSC's Hogan Core Banking System, simplifying CSC clients' access to sophisticated pricing options. The company further said that the alliance will help banks improve their productivity, manage change and optimise their core processes quickly. The alliance is said to focus on providing a tool suite that can predict optimised pricing scenarios across banks' product portfolios.


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