Today, more than ever before, success or failure of a banking enterprise abides a direct correlation towards its ability to meet the demanding time to market conditions. It has become almost imperative for the practitioners to revisit their IT strategies and to seek business solutions that accommodate requirements pertaining to complexity, scalability, service and delivery, all at once. Question is, can all this be achieved with the technology bound limitations of the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC), in its current practice? Ever increasing need to shift to a framework where Business, Analytics, Technology and Operations world break the silos and become intertwined in a manner that allows business solutions to be synthesized. SDLC would thus no longer be a series of isolated phases, but encompass the entire mechanism of transforming a business problem to an executable solution.