Pegasystems has developed a joint proposition with Sword FircoSoft, designed to deliver significant benefits in the face of mandatory and regulatory financial crime management changes.
The two companies signed the agreement to work together by providing best in breed technology for shared customer accounts. This formal agreement responds to what they describe as “an already proven capability with shared client in the banking sector.” This closer working relationship brings a new offering to the market and new possibilities for other organisations in need of an integrated financial crimes case management and watchlist filtering solution.
The agreement is designed to allow financial institutions the ability to integrate the alerts in a central rules driven financial crime management solution adhering to rigorous compliance and regulatory scrutiny, all in a timely manner for their customers.
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