Benefits

BIAN invites the public to participate in BIAN by blogs, events, webinars and other means described below. Participation in BIAN Working Groups is only possible for BIAN Members.

The main advantage of participating in BIAN is the ability to gain increased knowledge from work in progress on service standards, which would likely be useful to a bank’s own work in defining services as part of an SOA initiative.

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BIAN working groups

The BIAN Working Group represents a distinct community working on specific industry banking business scenarios.

The primary activities of a Working Group include identifying business needs, gathering business requirements, developing consensus on best practices and defining specifications.

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Testimonial

Open standards create interoperability and accelerate the adoption of new technologies that help industries work more intelligently. BIAN’s collaboration with industry groups such as Object Management Group (OMG) and SWIFT demonstrates its commitment to making its banking models more valuable to its members.

Chae An
Vice President & CTO, Financial Services Solutions, IBM
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BIAN blog

Reflecting on BIAN in 2023

Published on 8th January, 2024

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BIAN blog

Core Modernization in Banking: Hybrid Innovations Aligned with BIAN Coreless Standards

Published on 2nd October, 2023

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BIAN blog

New Study Reveals Banks Struggle to Achieve Priorities, Meet Customer Expectations Hampered by Technology Modernization Challenges and Lack of Industry Standards

Published on 15th September, 2023

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Webinars

Banks around the world are looking to simplify domain architectures and application integration asa means to reduce costs and deliver more competitive products.

Discover how your banking application environment can evolve with BIAN to address these needs through the adoption of industry standards for application integration.

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Request a feedback

BIAN recognizes that feedback both from BIAN members and the banking community at large is essential for BIAN designs and design techniques to become a robust standard for the industry.

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