GIEOM’s change management app being adopted by banks

|April 17, 2015 0
It provides built-in intelligence that helps employees in staying updated with the regulatory changes

BANGALORE, INDIA: GIEOM has announced that their change management app, built on Microsoft Azure, has been adopted by leading banks across 35 countries.

It provides built-in intelligence that helps employees in staying updated with the regulatory changes while being adept at processes and internal policies.

The app is available on Windows 8.1 and is being used by over 15,000 employees across banks like IndusInd Bank, South Indian Bank and RBL Bank in India.

The application has a simple and employee-friendly interface designed to enable seamless transition to any organizational or regulatory change. GIEOM claims that the app can help banks to enhance operational efficiency of employees by up to 20 percent.

With banks deploying technology-intensive solutions, GIEOM app helps improve operational efficiencies through integration of business operations such as processes, policies and regulatory information. It enables banks to manage changes to their business paths, regulations and policies, skills and competencies and business performance.

Business Map, the core of GIEOM software product, provides intelligent analysis by giving the employees an overview of the impact of the change. Additionally, it enables them to monitor in their area of responsibility and create targeted actions for course correction and interventions.

Srikanth Karnakota, Director – Cloud and Enterprise Business, Microsoft India said, “Interconnectedness holds the key to operational efficiency in the BFSI sector and with growing competition, banks must rapidly adapt to newer processes and scenarios. GIEOM’s mobile-ready app delivers a uniform experience across platforms and devices and helps banks stay ahead of the curve. When deployed on Microsoft Azure, the app is easier to implement.”

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