Deutsche Bank has signed a global agreement with BEA for its E-Commerce Transaction Platform. The contract is part of a EUR300 million Internet investment strategy unveiled by the German bank in February.
"E-Commerce is a key element to Deutsche Bank's future success and forms an integral part of our strategy," says Kevin O'Connor, head of applied technology, Deutsche Bank. "We will use BEA's suite of products and services as the backbone for a number of our key upcoming e-commerce projects."
BEA solutions will be used to develop and deliver a set of customised applications that can be integrated with the bank's and its customer's back-end systems, says BEA president and COO Alfred Chuang.
The BEA E-Commerce Transaction Platform offers a wide choice of specialised application servers, and also includes BEA eLink for integrating Web applications in real time with back-office systems, packaged applications, and other businesses across the Web.