GBTEC presents BPM solution BIC at banking congress Procedera
GBTEC Software + Consulting AG (Bochum, Germany) is presenting the latest updates of their Business Process Management (BPM) solution BIC during Procedera, an annual banking congress hosted in Potsdam
Presenting the BPM Suite BIC, GBTEC will demonstrate how BPM can provide modern and efficient solutions for banking organisations to comply complex regulatory requirements. The award winning BPM tool BIC allows its user to efficiently implement a process management system that fulfils all regulatory requirements and features documentation, risk management and compliance functions. BIC offers an internal check system for process based risk management.
The BPM suite BIC effectively assists in providing processes and documentation for a variety of tasks. An efficient and standardised process layout ensures compliance with regulatory requirements. Combining BPM with operational business tasks increases efficiency and transparency. Assigning routine procedures to a management system will allow the staff to focus on core activities of the bank – customer service.
The BIC Platform has received numerous awards and has been successfully implemented by banks like DZ Bank, M.M. Warburg, SaarLB and LBBW. Moreover a bank consortium of development banks has recently decided to use the BPM Suite BIC.
GBTEC Software + Consulting AG
GBTEC Software + Consulting AG is the expert for Business Process Management and IT Management. Our company combines consulting and software development. With its BPM solution BIC GBTEC offers an innovative, full service and powerful BPM suite optimising your processes and IT systems. GBTECs customers are several big DAX groups, large middle-sized companies as well as public institutions. For further information please click on www.gbtec.de.
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