Corebanking is a comprehensive and integrated system for responding timely and accurately to customer's demands and reporting their information. This task is done through various communication channels between customers and banks and a common database between all branches in order to staying in competition. For the optimum and strategical usage and utilizing IT in our goals path, we have to use a roadmap to implement new technologies. So far for different fields and usage and control of technologies this strategic roadmaps have been provided. COBIT as an IT governance framework is one of these frameworks which is used for both guide and control of IT in organizations. In this study, we provide a core banking IT governanvce model based on COBIT framework. For this reason we determine the activities required for operation of corebanking by using structural equation modeling and significance of relationship between COBIT processes and activities with the activities needed to achieve core banking. To allocate the sub-process of the COBIT for each of the activities of corebanking we used questionaries and Delphi technic.


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