News : Verint Announces Financial Compliance to Provide Proactive Control and Automation Surrounding Trades
Melville, NY, USA, Oct 9, 2018 -- Verint Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: VRNT), The Customer Engagement Company™, announced innovations in its Financial Compliance offerings for financial services organizations. Available both on-premises and in the cloud, the offerings support modern work processe. Verint Financial Compliance solutions offer a broad range of capabilities including the ability to capture communication and data across all of the capabilities offered by Unified Communications (UC) solutions.
"Today, trades are executed through multiple channels and devices," said Dick Bucci, Principal, Pelorus Associates. "Financial services companies must be able to quickly spot problematic activity, reconstruct trading actions, and pinpoint potential problems regardless of channel or device. Verint has long led the way in providing holistic solutions to address complex processes and brings that same level of thinking and technology expertise to financial trading."
"After the fact compliance is not enough. Reacting to non-compliant actions still means that a failure has occurred," says Verint’s Nancy Treaster, senior vice president and general manager of strategic operations. "Verint gives financial traders and related businesses the proactive controls and automated verification needed to reduce risk across regulated communications with counterparties and clients, and among internal teams."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Verint Systems is a provider of analytic software-based solutions for the security and business intelligence markets. Verint solutions transform voice, video, and text into actionable intelligence - mission-critical insights for achieving strategic goals. Verint solutions are used in global and diverse markets, including: governments, law enforcement, and transportation; global corporations and financial institutions; retail and gaming establishments; and telecommunications and utility providers.
Published: Thursday, October 11, 2018