Project Description

ABSTRACT.

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Company: Hello bank! (BNP Paribas S.A.)
What:
Freelance Web Developer (Backend & Frontend)
When:
January – May 2019

Hello Bank!, formerly known as direktanlage.at, is a digital direct bank owned by BNP Paribas and is Austria’s market leader in online brokerage.
(source: https://www.hellobank.at/c/die-bank/uber-uns.aspx; retrieved November 21, 2018)

About the web application:
In this project I was responsible for the requirements engineering, software architecture, system design, backend, and frontend development. The B2B application covers two main use cases: the management of master data used by the B2B business department and the risk assessment of intermediaries according to the KYI (Know Your Intermediary) policy.

Master data.

This part of the application is used to manage the master data of intermediaries and customers and to assign customers to intermediaries. The user can add notes and file references to all master data records.
(Note: The data in the following screenshots is randomly generated test data and doesn’t correspond to real companies or people.)

Know Your Intermediary.

The KYI guideline deals with the risk assessment of intermediaries. The application is used to evaluate and review intermediaries at periodic intervals or after the occurrence of so-called trigger events. A workflow guides the user through the entire review process. A dashboard and configurable email notifications help to manage and schedule reviews.
(Note: The data in the following screenshots is randomly generated test data and doesn’t correspond to real companies or people.)

Filters.

All data tables in the application support sophisticated filtering. It is possible to combine different filter criteria and to use predefined quick filters.
(Note: The data in the following screenshots is randomly generated test data and doesn’t correspond to real companies or people.)

Audit Trail.

Audit tables are used to track all changes to data objects. In the frontend audited data objects are marked with an audit badge. By clicking on the audit badge, the user can browse through the history of a data object.
(Note: The data in the following screenshots is randomly generated test data and doesn’t correspond to real companies or people.)

Technologies & Frameworks.