Which BIAN results can I access without being a BIAN member?
All BIAN deliverables on the BIAN homegage are free of charge and can partly be accessed without registration:
- API Portal: https://portal.bian.org/landing
- BIAN Service Landscape 9.0: https://bian.org/servicelandscape-9-0/
- Case Studies and Adoption examples: https://bian.org/participate/bian-webinars/
Browse our website for in the section deliverables for White Papers, Case Studies and much more …
What can I access when my company is a member of BIAN?
- Please view the graph Freemium – Premium
- Please watch the following video to get a short overview
Who can join BIAN?
- BIAN is an open association for the banking industry. Banks, software vendors and service providers are all very welcome to join our association. The Membership of banks is especially appreciated because of their special role in this industry.
How can my company become a member of BIAN?
- To become a member of BIAN, please contact us. We are happy to provide you all necessary information.
How much is the BIAN annual membership fee?
- Banks (except Federal Banks & Central Banks) and other financial institutions that are not Software or Technology Service Providers pay an annual membership fee in an amount of 20.000,00 EURO.
- Federal Banks & Central Banks pay an annual membership fee in an amount of 10.000,00 EURO.
- Software or Technology Service Providers with > 249 employees pay an annual membership fee in an amount of 30.000,00 EURO.
- Software or Technology Service Providers with < 249 employees pay an annual membership fee in an amount of 10.000,00 EURO.
- Software or Technology Service Providers with <50 employees pay an annual membership fee in an amount of 5.000,00 EURO.
- Depending on the admission of membership, BIAN offers a pro-rata calculation. Please contact us in order to provide you additional information.
Can I join BIAN as an individual?
- Banks, software vendors and service providers are all very welcome to join our association. An individual membership is not possible.
Who has already joined the BIAN association?
- Please view the list of BIAN Members who approved to post the logos on the website
- BIAN Members can view the entire member and collaboration list on the BIAN Wiki.
Where do I find the BIAN Statutes and other membership documents?
- The BIAN Statutes are posted on the BIAN site. Additional membership documents such as the Membership Agreement, the BIAN Fee Schedule and the Intellectual Property Policy can be requested. Please send an email to: email@example.com
How can I participate in a BIAN Working Group?
- To participate in a BIAN Working Group your company needs to be a member of BIAN.
- As an employee of a BIAN member you are able to participate in each BIAN Working Group
- Current active BIAN Working Groups are listed here
- If you would like to know who the BIAN representative within your company is, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I participate in a BIAN Working Group as a non member?
- BIAN is a member driven organization and it is obligatory to become a member of BIAN to participate in the BIAN Working Groups.
How many participants may a BIAN member have in a BIAN Working Group?
- The number of participants a BIAN member may have in a BIAN Working Group is determined by the group charter and your organization´s own resource limits.
How can I participate as a non member?
- Non members are invited to send their feedback to the BIAN assets and to discuss on BIAN blog posts.
- As a non member you can follow BIAN by signing up for the BIAN Newsletter and you are welcome to join our LinkedIn group.
Who is BIAN?
- The Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) was founded on 29th April 2008 and is an independent, member-owned, not-for-profit organization which, in collaboration with industry participants, aims to define and set the de facto IT standards for banking interoperability services.
- In this unique community, BIAN members – namely financial institutions, software vendors and system integrators – work together to create common IT standards for the banking industry.
What does BIAN do?
- BIAN’s goal is to define SOA and semantic definitions for IT services in the banking industry. The BIAN community focuses on creating a standard semantic banking services landscape, while ensuring consistent service definitions, levels of detail and boundaries. This will help banks to achieve a reduction of integration costs and use the advantages of a service-oriented architecture.
Who is a BIAN Member?
- BIAN members are Banks, software vendors and service providers of the financial and banking industry. A list of current BIAN Members is here.
Why is BIAN different?
- By gathering a community of industry-leading players and global banks that openly share domain and technical expertise to SOA principles and methodologies, the BIAN initiative represents a real opportunity for banks to accelerate the replacement of inflexible legacy environments, create IT and business agility, while reducing integration costs without simply slashing costs.
- Integration costs are often triple the purchase costs of the original software and in most organizations such costs can make or break the business case in the deployment of new functionality or purchased packages. By working with BIAN, banks are leveraging worldwide best practices.
How is BIAN funded?
- BIAN receives funds only from its members. BIAN members pay an annual membership fee to the organization. BIAN has one type of membership category but honors size and type of member via adjusted fees.