Sberbank implements Real-Time Decision Manager in corporate segment

Maria Nikolova

RTDM enables the processing and analysis of big data and the production of solutions that are most efficient for a given client.

Sberbank Rossii PAO (MCX:SBER) continues to enhance the automation solutions available to its clients and partners. The bank has just announced that it has embedded its Real-Time Decision Manager into the corporate segment.

RTDM enables the processing and analysis of big data and then produces the most efficient solutions for a given client. RTDM is already used by the bank in its service communications with corporate clients. When a client contacts the bank, the bank answers the questions but also provides the client with additional information – for instance, RTDM informs the contact center operator about new services that may simplify the client’s work.

This technology also sends messages to the clients about any money transfers and about any compensations that they are due. When money transfers are executed, RTDM offers “hints” on least expensive transactions means.

The RTDM architecture is a platform that features various elements, ranging from SAS and Oracle to Open Source (such as Kafka), and components of Sberbank’s own Java-based solutions. The platform supports 3,000 TPS (transactions per second) with an average processing speed of 100ms per one event.

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