Going Real Time? Just Add ...

Firms must speed up the batch cycle or re-engineer from the ground up. By Gilbert Swinkels

Whoever prepares a financial firm’s infrastructure for real time faces an uphill struggle. One fundamental question: does one transform gradually or fundamentally change the nature of processing?

In the former case, we take today’s processes--mostly batch, once-a-day type of operations--and adapt them to run in a shorter time frame. Then we re-engineer the scheduling of these

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