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Title: Web 2.0 and prototype of stock investment application
Authors: Lim, Doyle Jia Xing.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Information systems::Information systems applications
Issue Date: 2010
Abstract: With the aid of the fast-moving technology the world has today, the Internet has evolved tremendously since its birth in the 1950s. Its popularity is growing exponentially as more people gain access to the Internet. Statistics have shown that an estimated population of 1.6 billion people uses the Internet. The latest hype of the Internet has been revolving around the term ‘Web 2.0’. OCBC Bank’s Information Technology hopes to be able to tap into the Web 2.0 trend before the world catches up on it. By being ahead of its competitors in terms of riding on the popularity trend of the Internet, OCBC Bank is seeking to integrate the ideas and technology in Web 2.0 architecture and employing it into solutions which will in turn reach out to a bigger audience, thus increasing its customer pool. Facebook, a social networking site, has been chosen to be one of the best candidates to work on for this Web 2.0 project. Not only does it boost a huge population of over 1.1 million active users in Singapore, it is also gaining popularity worldwide and provides a platform for applications to serve its users. This project aims to make use of the technology and ideas incorporated in the Web 2.0 architecture and create an interesting bank-related Facebook application which will enable OCBC Bank to work and improve on customer relations with new customers and existing customers. This project is to be executed on an academic basis and business analysis will not be discussed in this report.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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