FRSGlobal has announced a partnership with Neptune Software. The collaboration is designed to enable international banks and financial institutions to benefit from the integration of FRSGlobal’s unified risk and profitability analysis solution RiskPro and regulatory reporting tool RegPro with Rubikon, Neptune’s new generation banking platform. Rubikon is uniquely built as a 100% Java solution based on J2EE technology, built on service oriented architecture, with integrated business process management and business intelligence. In addition, the combined solution will leverage the benefits of operating on the same Oracle platform.
The solution will enable Neptune’s clients to benefit from the FRSGlobal guarantee for regulatory compliance in multiple country deployments – thereby reducing the cost of implementation and operational risk. Neptune will promote the FRSGlobal product suite to existing clients and into new business opportunities as a referral partner in EMEA and APJ – supported by FRSGlobal direct sales.
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