NICE Actimize, a provider of a single financial crime, risk and compliance software platform for the financial services industry, has been ranked as the top solutions provider in both the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Anti-Fraud software categories in Operational Risk & Regulation magazine’s Compliance Software Rankings 2012.
A NICE Systems (News - Alert) company, NICE Actimize solutions provide a common framework for full-lifecycle detection, investigation, reporting and remediation of financial crime. It enables financial institutions to address money laundering risks, new and emergent fraud threats, streamline processes and better serve customers with its customer-centric, enterprise-wide financial crime prevention capabilities.
“Regulatory approaches are changing, strengthening the argument for a unified and consistent company-wide approach to financial crime,” said Alexander Campbell, editor, Operational Risk & Regulation. “NICE Actimize, which ranked first in two of our six categories and third overall, supports this approach.”
The anti-money laundering and anti-fraud solutions can be easily integrated into a larger enterprise financial crime and compliance framework. Both solutions share a common technology platform, which offers IT cost benefits, operational efficiencies and performance benefits when compared to integrating disparate systems.
"We continue to invest in developing innovative solutions in order to stay ahead of the regulatory and criminal challenges facing the industry. With these two leading positions in financial crime, the rankings are continued proof of the success of our solutions,” said Amir Orad, president and CEO NICE Actimize. “We thank the financial institutions which participated in the Operational Risk & Regulation survey for demonstrating their confidence in our technology and services in AML and fraud.”
NICE Actimize serves the majority of the world’s largest financial institutions, including all of the top 10 global banks, providing them with the ability to tighten risk controls, lower operational and IT costs, enhance investigation efficiency and improve overall customer satisfaction. It offers brokerage compliance and enterprise case management solutions in its Actimize platform.
In addition to compliance, trading, financial crime and risk, NICE offers security and customer interaction management. NICE’s customer interaction management solutions enable businesses to capture the opportunity in every interaction and own the Decisive Moment – an opportunity for providing efficient service, securing customer loyalty and generating more revenue.
Its integrated solutions can be offered for compliance recording, workforce optimization, interaction optimization, customer experience and sales effectiveness. For workforce optimization, NICE helps ensure that frontline representatives are at their best when interacting with customers by measuring, managing and motivating their performance.
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