|By Business Wire||
|July 3, 2014 03:45 AM EDT||
Appway’s BPM Platform, which serves over 100 financial institutions worldwide, received a “Best-in-Class” recognition and a perfect score from the analysts at CEB TowerGroup. Distinguished for its accessibly and simplicity, Appway’s BPM Platform gives organizations the power to develop and operate scalable and reliable digital enterprise applications. A private and self-funded company, Appway has emerged as a global leader in the BPM space, particularly as a service provider for the wealth management industry.
“We were impressed with Appway’s sophisticated rules engine and its ability to integrate out of the box with multiple wealth platforms,” said Peter Delano, Senior Director, CEB TowerGroup. The study noted Appway’s record of integration with wealth management platforms such as Avaloq, FIS, Pershing, TCS BaNCS, and Temenos. “CEB TowerGroup believes the Appway platform with its use cases for client onboarding and its integrations with wealth platforms will garner interest from wealth management institutions.”
As the global leader in client onboarding for the financial services industry, Appway is committed to providing flexible and agile solutions to empower financial intuitions to adapt quickly to external pressures and create high-quality digital experiences. Institutions can add value to the platform with Appway Client Onboarding, a product that automates each step of onboarding, updating, and offboarding for speed and efficiency, while empowering users to adapt to changes and add ad hoc tasks as necessary. With the leadership and expertise provided by Appway Client Onboarding, financial organizations can assure adherence to fluctuating global and local regulations.
Appway empowers the service industries to move beyond automation toward ongoing digital transformation. With its seamless orchestration of people, knowledge, and systems, Appway promotes collective intelligence and enables businesses to reinvent for the digital age. Headquartered in Zurich with offices in Ticino, New York, Hong Kong, and Singapore, Appway and its award-winning technology serve over 100 service institutions and 175,000 individuals worldwide.
More Information: http://www.appway.com
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