Platform Development: New Business Process Management

Platform Development: New Business Process Management

JPMorgan Chase & Co. is a leading global financial services firm and one of the largest banking institutions in the United State.

The MDP team will design, develop, and validate a new, modern platform for the Commercial Card Division. The platform will be developed primarily using the open source jBPM Suite (Java Business Process Management). Students will be responsible for developing the base framework, U/I, and reporting function, while addressing communications to data storage and persistence (held in a different business system or within this application). The students will also develop and migrate at least one functional processes to the platform Students will evaluate and prioritize further business process for migration.

Completing the summer internship is required for all participants on this project team to ensure success of the project.
If you are selected to join this team, you must accept the paid summer internship. 
Competitive Salary.
Internship Location: Chicago, IL (Downtown)

More Information: 2017-JPMorgan

Students who successfully match to this project team will be required to sign the following two documents in January 2017:
Student IP Agreement for this Project Team
Student Non-Disclosure Agreement for this Project Team
Due to government regulations and contracts, this sponsor is only able to accept U.S. Citizens
How to Apply

Project Features

  • Skill level All levels
  • Students 5-7
  • Likely Majors A&D, BBA, CS, IOE, SI
  • Course Substitutions EECS 498, CSE-G, SI, Honors, A&D Elec
  • IP & NDA Required? Yes
  • Summer Opportunity Internship Guaranteed
  • Programming (3-4 Students)

    General interest and skills in programming

    • Likely Majors: CSE/CS-LSA
  • User Interface Design (1-2 Students)

    • Likely Majors: Information (SI), A&D
  • Business Process Mapping (1 Student)

    • Likley Majors: BBA, IOE

Faculty Mentor: Sugih Jaminsugih
Associate Professor
Sugih Jamin is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. He earned a B.S. degree from University of California, Berkeley and a Ph.D. from University of Southern California. His current research projects are in content based networking, digital humanities, 3D cloud gaming and video cloud traffic engineering.
UntitledSponsor Mentor: Steven Benni
Lead Architect
Steve is a Lead Architect within the Consumer and Community Banking line of business for JP Morgan Chase & Co. Currently he is responsible for all architecture delivery for the Commercial Credit Card business where he has worked for 6 years delivering key initiatives for regulatory, compliance, new product development and technology roadmaps. In addition to his work in Commercial Card, Steve spends his time recruiting and developing talent for Global Technology through the Internship and Technology Analyst Programs. As a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Computer Science, he also leads recruiting strategy and execution on campus.
Prior to joining JP Morgan Chase & Co, Steve worked in many technology roles from development, quality assurance, infrastructure, production support, and architecture while supporting a diverse range of industries including Manufacturing, Energy, Medical and more.

UntitledExecutive Sponsor Mentor: Murali Balakumar

Chief Technology Officer
Murali is the Chief Technology Officer for the Commercial Card business, a part of Consumer and Community Banking – responsible for all technology related functions of the business. His organization provides end-to-end technology delivery and support starting with architecture and design services, application delivery services including application development, testing, project management and deployment services and supports the technology platforms in production. The Commercial Card business also leverages many shared technology services provided by CCB, CIB and CB and Murali’s team maintains a close partnership with these teams to ensure appropriate service to the business. Murali joined the firm in Feb 2008 as Technology Director where he led the Application Delivery teams for Auto and Student Lending and moved to Commercial Card in Dec 2010. Prior to JPMC, Murali spent 12 years at GE Capital in various positions leading technology delivery and architecture functions across different business units in Lending/Leasing, Insurance and Logistics. Murali holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, a Masters in Engineering from the University of Texas, Austin and a Bachelors from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. He and his family enjoy traveling, hiking and beach and water sports.


For More Information About This Sponsor, Visit Their Website (JP Morgan Chase & Co.).