Banking & Financial Market Solutions
Banks and other financial institutions are challenged today by two very significant needs – the ability to more effectively manage client relationships and the need to comply with government regulations.
To retain customer loyalty, it is critical to provide more flexibility personalized to the individual’s needs through customized products and services and more sophisticated, self-service, online banking capabilities.
With regulation/deregulation changing the ground rules for financial industries, banks and other financial institutions are required to be more accountable for their processes, data and reporting.
Prolifics has provided organizations in the financial sector, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small business banks to hedge fund firms, with solutions such as these:
- Investor Portal – An investment advisor portal that provides a single view of your customers and their assets. Be able to efficiently access real-time information and provide quick updates and recommendations to your customer.
- Data Cleansing for Federal Government Reporting – A customized solution for data cleansing, data transformation, and providing advanced statistical analysis and risk assessment, in order to report compliant financial information to the US federal government.
- CFO Dashboard – A centralized view that aggregates an organization’s critical data across different data sources to expose as a dashboard.
- Employee Portal – A personalized view of your company’s applications and information in an employee portal. Expedite information exchange and improve productivity within your sales, customer service and billing departments and between branches of your business.
Read more about Prolifics' Solutions for Banking and Financial Markets.
Financial Sector Clients include: Abbey National Bank, American Express, Bank of America, Charles Schwab, CITCO, Citigroup, Credit Network, Deutsche Bank, Discover, Ernst & Young, HSBC, ISO, John Hancock, JPMorgan Chase & Company, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, New York Stock Exchange, PNC Bank, Prudential Securities, SIAC, Sumitomo, Washington Mutual