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Yellownet selects Oracle9i for high volume transactions

29 July 2002  |  2758 views  |  0 Yellownet  selects Oracle9i for high volume transactions

Swiss Posts's Internet banking service yellownet has moved to the Oracle9i database and application server to handle increased transaction volumes and implement new online functionality.

Since its launch four years ago, yellownet has recruited over 300,000 users and is managing transactions with a combined value of Sfr40 billion every month. The site itself records more than 1.5 million page impressions each day.

Adrian Hertig, director development, yellownet, comments: "The implementation of Oracle's technology stack has given us a truly robust, reliable system and has enabled us to offer our clients safe knowledge that their transactions will be handled quickly and efficiently."

Yellownet plans to implement online account reporting, asset management and financing functions, using the business intelligence capabilities provided in the Oracle 9i application server.

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