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bMASTER Enterprise Banking System

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Uni Systems’ multi - decade business expertise in banking has led to the development of a technologically advanced Core Banking System. The bMASTER Enterprise Banking System covers a wide range of business processes within a bank (retail, wholesale and multi-channel banking).

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Compatible with

  • XenApp 6.0


  • Citrix Virtual Apps (XenApp)

Product Details

The bMASTER Enterprise Banking System, the packaged solution developed by Uni Systems in the area of Core Banking, is a complete, technologically advanced and flexible applications platform that can cover a wide range of banking operations in retail banking, wholesale and corporate banking through all alternative channels available.

Its architectural design is based on a flexible structure of modules that are parametric and customer-focused, thus supporting a multi-currency function and multiple accounting standards as well as operating at multiple sites in different countries, business zones and languages (multi-site operations). The flexible structure of the package helps the bank’s administration to depict easily and quickly the bank’s strategy in the system and to monitor its progress and materialization with the use of advanced tools.

In addition, the package includes an extensive reporting system, which has been based on the Business Intelligence approach; at the same time, the package possesses capabilities for the integration of information from external sources due to its open architecture, thus offering valuable information and help in making business decisions concerning the management of the bank.

The package is a low-cost offering with minor performance risk and lasting effects.

Moreover, Uni.Systems’ expertise personnel offer tailor-made solutions and services for data migration, data cleansing projects etc.


bMASTER is a technologically advanced solution that offers:

  • Adjustability
  • Flexibility
  • Increase in operational capabilities
  • Reduction of operational risk
  • Reduction of operating cost
  • Functionality increase
  • Reporting capabilities
  • Application risk management
  • Open architecture