Using Semantic Web Services in E-Banking Solutions

Using Semantic Web Services in E-Banking Solutions

Laurent Cicurel (iSOCO, Spain), José Luis Bas Uribe (Bankinter, Spain), Sergio Bellido Gonzalez (Bankinter, Spain), Jesús Contreras (iSOCO, Spain), José-Manuel López-Cobo (iSOCO, Spain) and Silvestre Losada (iSOCO, Spain)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-967-5.ch059
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Offering public access to efficient transactional stock market functionalities is of interest to all banks and bank users. Traditional service oriented architecture (SOA) technology succeeds at providing reasonable, good Web-based brokerage solutions, but may lack extensibility possibilities. By introducing Semantic Web Services (SWS) as a way to integrate third party services from distributed service providers, we propose in this chapter an innovative way to offer online real-time solutions that are easy-to-use for customers. The combined use of ontologies and SWS allows different users to define their own portfolio management strategies regardless of the information provider. In deed the semantic layer is a powerful way to integrate the information of many providers in an easy way. With due regard for more development of security technological issues, research on SWS has shown that the deployment of the technology in commercial solutions is within sight.

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