Comparison Data – All Channels

The below charts shows the availability performance for all online channels for the date range of 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019

All channels - uptime
All channels - downtime
All channels - Daily uptime
All channels - Daily downtime

Open Banking Performance

This chart shows the uptime for Open Banking from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Uptime for this date range was 99.58%

Open Banking performance - Uptime

This chart shows the downtime for Open Banking from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Performance for this date range was 0.42%

Open Banking performance - downtime

This chart shows the response time for Open Banking from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Response time for this date range was 2237 milliseconds

Open Banking performance - Average response time AISP

This chart shows the response time for Open Banking from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Response time for this date range was 1516 milliseconds

Open Banking performance - Average response time PISP

This chart shows the error rate for Open Banking from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Error rate for this date range was 0.75%

Open Banking performance - Error response rate

Mobile Business & Tablet Performance

This chart shows the uptime for Mobile Tablet from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Uptime for this date range was 100%

Mobile buiness and tablet performance uptime

This chart shows the downtime for Mobile Tablet from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. performance for this date range was 0.00%

Mobile buiness and tablet performance downtime

Business eBanking Performance

This chart shows the uptime for Business eBanking from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Uptime for this date range was 99.97%

Business online/Busines eBanking Performance uptime

This chart shows the downtime for Business eBanking from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. performance for this date range was 0.03%

Business online/Busines eBanking Performance downtime

eBanking Performance

This chart shows the uptime for eBanking from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Uptime for this date range was 99.93%

eBanking performance - uptime

This chart shows the downtime for eBanking from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. performance for this date range was 0.07%

eBanking performance - downtime

Mobile 3.0 Performance

This chart shows the uptime for Mobile 3.0 from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Uptime for this date range was 99.99%

Mobile 3.0 Performance - Uptime

This chart shows the downtime for Mobile 3.0 from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. performance for this date range was 0.01%

Mobile 3.0 Performance - downtime

District Performance

This chart shows the uptime for District from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. Uptime for this date range was 100%

District performance - uptime

This chart shows the downtime for District from 14/09/2019 to 30/09/2019. performance for this date range was 0.00%

District performance - downtime

Comparison Data – All Channels

Here’s some information to help you understand what the data means

Uptime: The total time in seconds for each day when any element of the customer interface is accessible by the customer in the process of accessing their account. This is calculated as 100% (equal to a 24 hour day) minus the total percentage downtime for each day.

Downtime: The total time in seconds for each day when any element of the customer interface is not accessible by the customer in the process of accessing their account.

PISP response time: The average time taken in milliseconds from when a PSU clicks on a button or link to initiate a payment (i.e. after they have supplied all details and clicked “confirm payment”) to when the PSU receives either a confirmation screen or error message to confirm the status of the payment initiation. This should be the average for all PSU payments initiated each day for each PSU interface. OBIE recommends that the time is reported based on the time taken for the page/screen which contains the confirmation/error message to fully load.

AISP response time: The average time taken in milliseconds from when a logged in (i.e. authenticated) PSU clicks on a button or link to access any PSD2 in-scope payment account information on their account (e.g. list of accounts, balance for an account, page/screen of transactions) to when the page/screen displaying this information has fully loaded. Where this information is displayed immediately and automatically after login, this time should be measured from when the ASPSP has accepted the last factor of the PSU’s authentication (i.e. the load time of the first page/screen after authentication is complete). This should be the average for all pages/screens loaded each day for each PSU interface. OBIE recommends that the time is reported based on the time taken for the page/screen which contains the confirmation/error message to fully load.

Error response rates: the daily error response rate – calculated as the number of error messages concerning errors attributable to the ASPSP sent by the ASPSP to the PISPs, AISPs and CBPIIs in accordance with Article 36(2) of the RTS per day, divided by the number of requests received by the ASPSP from AISPs, PISPs and CBPIIs in the same day.

The charts outlined on this page shows a comparison across Open Banking, eBanking, Mobile Banking, District & Business eBanking.

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