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MIKE2.0 Case Studies

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Shown below are recent case studies where MIKE2.0 has been used:

Client Project MIKE2.0 Member
e-Channel Transformation for a UK high street bank The client wanted to enable the concept of a Bank 2.0 – a conversation with the customer through the online channel. MIKE2.0 was used to develop the future-state internet channel architecture for the credit card division of a UK high street bank. BearingPoint
Collaborative Business Intelligence strategy for a central government client The client is responsible for children’s well-being, safety, protection, care and health, education, parenting, family welfare and child poverty. MIKE2.0 was used to help create the overall vision and case for change for a collaborative business intelligence solution. BearingPoint
Enterprise Information Management Strategy for a European postal company The client is the state postal company in the process of market liberalization and undergoing major change. MIKE2.0 was used to develop the overall Enterprise Information Management strategy, including a data governance assessment using IM QuickScan. BearingPoint
Data-driven IT Transformation for a leading media company Media industry changes caused the client to undertake a major business transformation. The MIKE2.0 xBR approach was used to deliver an "IT Blueprint“, defining the strategy through 2011. BearingPoint
BearingPoint’s own Enterprise 2.0 Strategy and Implementation BearingPoint used OmCollab to develop its own Enterprise 2.0 solution: the approach makes use of the collaborative, user-driven content built using Web 2.0 techniques and technologies on the MIKE2.0 site and incorporates it internally into the enterprise. It supports a 1000 person community and $400m of projects. BearingPoint
MDM Strategy for a European Bank BearingPoint designed a complete enterprise banking solution that replicated the functionality of the bank’s disparate systems and provided a stable platform for growth. MIKE2.0 was used primarily to define the technology requirements and architecture for the project. BearingPoint
Credit Decisioning Architecture a major UK bank MIKE2.0 was used on this engagement to define a solution that met the client’s goal of “world class credit decisioning” using the IM Blueprinting approach. BearingPoint

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