Belgian payment processing firm Atos Worldline, formerly Banksys and BCC, has gone live with Optial Business Intelligence (OBI) to support their audit and risk management reporting and data analytics requirements. Atos Worldline upgraded their Optial system to incorporate OBI to enable them to replace their previous audit statistics and to provide more flexibility around reporting and analysis of loss events and risks across the organisation. Traditionally a limited set of reports had been produced using complex Excel spreadsheets, which was rather time consuming for the auditors and not very flexible. OBI enables the generation and saving of these reports within minutes, as well as for allowing for deeper analysis of audit related data held within Optial. For auditors, it is now easy to keep track of elapsed time for audits to be completed, including completion of all audit findings and actions and to identify areas of the business where problems are typically encountered. This allows more proactive time to be spent in problem areas.
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