Over the last 10 years, our company in order to develop new systems has finalized, implemented, and adheres to the iPro (Intelligent Prototype) standard architecture and methodologies for both open source and large-scale environments (IBM Main Frame).
Through a specific methodology (iPro) and the use of modern design and development systems, our company has the ability to fulfill every need of each IT project, starting from the definition of the requirements till the final implementation, as it has already done for many large Banks / Organizations.
iPro (Intelligent Prototype) standard apart from the fully customization of tasks, provides the ability to host and execute tasks from various internal and external systems, making that way a complete and integrated Service Oriented System.
The transformation of the iPro standard into a final system is determined in collaboration with the customer during the system’s initial design, giving the customer a complete analysis of the processes and a complete and specific view of the new system.
Looking at the basic architecture of the standard, we can see a Multi-Tiered System, that working properly and independently of the operating environment, where each level can be individually tailored to the needs and requirements of the client.
Security, by far the most difficult systemic process, not only covers issues of confidentiality and integrity, but is directly related to Denial-of-Service (DoS) and Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) issues including the impacts that result from them.
Apart from the above, iPro (Intelligent Prototype) standard adheres strictly to the basic Information Security Principles of a Bank or an Organization, providing that way a complete record (Logging) of every action of users, subsystems and generally all processes, offering the following:
Four Eye Principle for Administrative Actions
- Sensitive Data Encryption
- User Actions Logging
- Administrator Actions Logging
- Log Management
essential elements of any Integrated System.
It should be mentioned that, as software architects, our work has been and continues to be the focus to the important parts of a system, both in the design phase and in the implementation phase, in order to achieve an overall high quality of service, always following the basic principles of iPro standard (Intelligent Prototype).
Looking back, we have to say that our company, especially for banking and finance, has designed and implemented a number of systems based on the above standard.