Intix, a global provider of innovative solutions for the financial industry, and Decillion Group, a leading systems integrator and Swift Service Bureau operator, has announced a strategic partnership in the Asia-Pacific region.
Decillion Group, a subsidiary of NEC, is headquartered in Singapore and has established local offices in Australia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Under the partnership agreement, Decillion can now offer their customers the Intix Message Suite which will complement its existing solutions and services for financial messaging.
The INTIX Message Suite is a new business intelligence solution for the financial services industry that enables companies to access and manage their financial messaging data in an efficient, secure and cost-effective manner. Financial institutions are managing ever-increasing volumes of messaging data and are faced with the growing complexity of financial data formats. INTIX Message Suite gives financial institutions a centralized solution to access all of their stored messaging data and long-term archives, allowing easy message retrieval, (regulatory) report generation, business intelligence, real-time monitoring.
"We are excited to introduce the Intix Message Suite to our customers and prospects. Intix is an innovator and expert in providing the financial industry with technology solutions and services needed to build effective and efficient businesses. Together, we share a commitment to help with our customers' requirements for enhanced efficiency, visibility and reporting for their financial messaging," said Thomas Lee, Decillion Group CEO.
Marc Braet, Managing Partner, Intix said: "Decillion Group is a strategic partner for Intix as it is very well established, both in the Asia-Pacific region and as a SWIFT service provider. We believe the partnership will help institutions in Asia to address the surge in demand and requirements for financial messaging reporting. Between our two companies, we have the expertise and the products to help ensure that our customers can see and act on the power of analysing their financial messaging data."