Nucleus Software has chosen A-CCI as its partner for the Italian market. The
IT solution division of A-CCI will provide sales and implementation services to Nucleus Software for its products for retail and corporate banking, as well as cash management. The integration between the consulting experience in business process management and lean service management of A-CCI and products developed by Nucleus Software will allow A-CCI to support banking customers to streamline processes and improve customer experience.
“The collaboration with A-CCI promises to be beneficial to Nucleus Software, as it will help us take state-of-the-art banking technologies to the European markets. Nucleus’ passion to create world-class intellectual property for the BFSI [banking, financial services and insurance] segment combined with A-CCI’s expertise in business consultancy in the Italian market will ensure a mutually beneficial partnership and help further our offerings and services to our customers. We hope to expand our footprint by leveraging their distribution network,” said Niraj Vedwa, president and head, global sales and marketing, Nucleus Software.
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