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Eurobase launches regulatory data reporting tool

18 July 2002  |  2204 views  |  0 Eurobase launches regulatory data reporting tool

Financial sector IT services firm Eurobase International has launched Prism, a business intelligence report server for the banking market.

Prism can be used by financial services companies to create a consolidated view of their data enabling improved management reporting along with a redcued cost of regulatory reporting, says the company.

The product is currently being extended to cover improved risk assessment functionality to assist companies preparing to meet FSA requirements, and in anticipation of the Basel II requirements.

John Wilson, Eurobase CEO, claims: "Utilising the latest data warehousing technology, Prism will enable frustrated business users to access data from a variety of sources. The need for such solutions has increased rapidly with the compliance and business reporting demands placed on company management."

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