Mis Implementation at Hbl

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Introduction on Habib Bank Limited............................................................................................6 Previous Software- Misys Equation...............................................................................................6 Proposed Software- PIBAS Core business solution.......................................................................7 Salient features...............................................................................................................................8 Application Areas..........................................................................................................................10 Business Value..............................................................................................................................14 COCOMO model- Software Cost Estimation...............................................................................15 Return on Investment....................................................................................................................21 SRS (Software Requirement Specifications).................................................................................22 Functional Requirement.................................................................................................................23 Non-Functional Requirement.........................................................................................................24 References......................................................................................................................................26  

A) HABIB BANK LIMITED
It was on August 25th, 1941 when Habib Bank Limited commonly known as HBL first started its operations in Bombay, India. The bank shifted its head office to Karachi, Pakistan in 1947. The first international branch of HBL was established in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 1951. To celebrate the bank’s 25th Anniversary, Habib Bank Plaza was built in 1972. Today, HBL is the largest bank in Pakistan with a network of 1450 branches in Pakistan and 55 branches worldwide. It has a domestic market share of over 40%. HBL continues to dominate the commercial banking sector with a major market share in inward foreign remittances of 55% and loans to small industries, traders and farmers. Overseas, it has operations in Afganistan, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belgium, China, France, Hong Kong, Iran, Kenya, Lebanon, Maldives, Nepal, Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Turkey, UAE, UK and USA. Aga Khan Fund for Economic development (AKFED) invested an amount of PKR 22.409 billion (USD 389 million) in the acquisition of 51% of HBL shares in 2002 and thereby securing the management control of the bank. In Pakistan and also in many other countries serving the oversees Pakistani committee, HBL is truly the bank of people working towards customer satisfaction.

B) PREVIOUS SOFTWARE – Misys Equation
Currently HBL has been using Misys Equation as its main information system for streamlining and smoothing its banking operations. Misys Equation is a fully integrated, real time, multi-currency retail banking solution that helps organisations minimise costs, protect and maximise revenues and react quickly to changing markets and regulations. Supporting consumer and corporate banking, as well as treasury operations on a single platform, it:

oReduces operating costs by automating and streamlining business processes; oReduces IT costs by replacing in-house development with standard features; oMaximises revenues through enhanced and flexible fees and charges; oIncreases revenue by speeding the launch of new products; oImproves productivity via STP and easier input.

With Misys Equation, HBL maintains a single view of its customers and create market leading products fast. Equation’s channel ensures that HBL is always in the right place, with the right service at the right time. Equation lists...
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