OTP Croatia secures future for its core banking through Asysco migration

July 13, 2016

Asysco today announced that it has successfully completed the legacy transformation project at OTP Banka Hrvatska (OBH), Croatia (part of the Hungarian OTP Group).
The project was delivered in close cooperation with outsourcing partner JET-SOL, aligning with and adding value to OTP Group’s Unisys roadmap.

Project Overview

Project Scope:

  • Unisys’s URBIS package (core banking);
  • running on ES7000 hardware with Suse Linux;
  • with approx. 5 Million lines of EAE/LINC legacy code;
  • including 1.4 TB of production data.

Next to the URBIS conversion, the focus of the project was on integration, specifically with the new solutions for replacing Unisys’ proprietary NOF handling.
OBH has chosen Asysco’s AMT LION solution, running on native Microsoft technologies, which delivers a flexible “stepping-stone” into C#.NET.

The project started at the end of September 2015 and was delivered within 9 months.

Smooth Go Live in just one weekend

During the Go Live weekend, all comparison tests related to the data migration and the running of the batch reports proved 100%. On Monday morning, the URBIS application was opened to the business.

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About OTP Bank

OTP Bank Group is one of the largest independent financial services providers in Central and Eastern Europe with a full range of banking services for private individuals and corporate clients. OTP Group comprises large subsidiaries, granting services in the field of insurance, real estate, factoring, leasing and asset management, investment and pension funds. The bank is serving clients in 9 countries, namely Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Croatia, Ukraine, Montenegro and Russia.

Nowadays OTP Groups’ more than 36,000 employees are serving 13 million clients in over 1,500 branches and through electronic channels in all its markets. In Hungary, OTP is still the largest commercial bank with a market share of more than 25%.