EastNets, a global provider of compliance and payments solutions and services, has formed a partnership with Sydney-based Network Revolution as its new channel partner in Australia and New Zealand. The partnership provides a new gateway for banking institutions to benefit from EastNets solutions to improve financial crime controls, meet regulatory compliance and enhance SWIFT payment transparency, efficiency and risk management.
Network Revolution, established in 1998, is a technology provider specialising in delivering service, support and integration of SWIFT and anti-money laundering (AML) technologies to the finance sector. Network Revolution will serve as reseller for EastNets, providing implementation, training and customer support services in Australia and New Zealand.
“Network Revolution has an extremely versatile and highly experienced staff with a solid track record in technical delivery,” said Hazem Mulhim, chief executive officer (CEO), EastNets. “Its expertise in deployment, integration and operation of SWIFT and AML technologies of the local banking sector will enable EastNets solutions to respond to the region’s growing compliance and financial crime management needs, and enhance our growth opportunities in Australia and New Zealand.”
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