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Title: Posició global de clients a entitats financeres amb bases de dades NoSQL. (Vista 360º)
Author: Marsal Poy, Jorge
Director: Prados Carrasco, Ferran
Tutor: Cuervo, Víctor
Keywords: single view
banking operation
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: According to the current tendency, banks are virtualizing their services by offering, from any type of device, secure access to the client's operations. In this way, it is extremely relevant for the operation of the banks that the client can manage and see all operations without having to approach the bank office. In fact, this is how the service is automated and is more efficient at the time. The purpose of the work is to see the global and detailed status of the customer's position in the bank in a few informative sheets, including the statement of income and expenses, direct debit, cards and other products contracted as mortgages and loans. Where you can manage, improve and adjust customer operations to potential future needs. Also as a method to receive documentation of the entity and as a method of communication of news, fiscal, legal, regulatory or advertising summaries of the bank. To accomplish this goal, through a prototype-based iteration process, a MongoDB-based database management system was prepared separately from the client interface through a web service. A textual interface system has been prepared between the web service and the database to interact with the clients' tables for consult and modify the corresponding data. Finally, it was built a prototype of front-end (client) to show the performance of the "Single View" system. This way, the interest of the bank's profitability is shown to the client as a comfort to him and not as a cuts in customer service.
Language: Catalan
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