It’s great news for our software team, as we have recently been appointed to develop bespoke software projects for three new clients.
Business management consultants, Compliance Assist, who provide client background checks to financial organisations have asked us to develop software to help them streamline and better manage how checks are carried out. We are developing a bespoke portal for Compliance Assist, that allows financial institutions to manage all current and potential clients, and perform initial checks as well as on-going monitoring of financial activity. This portal will be integrated with Government sanction lists to allow it to recognise whether people are politically exposed. In addition, our expert team is harnessing Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help financial institutions evaluate the probability of individuals being politically exposed or related to terrorist activity.
We will also be developing a web portal for NICEIC, which provides assessment and certification services for building contractors. The portal will give companies and auditors the ability to benchmark performance against national averages for their Gas and Electric maintenance. It will collect information from audits performed on mobile devices and provide analytics tools, to evaluate installations and maintenance appliances.
Finally, we will be assisting Offeld Services, the construction company which performs building work as a result of insurance claims. We will be building a bespoke software application that allows it to manage all jobs from start to finish including dates, sub-contractors and materials. Finally, the system will be integrated with QuickBooks for invoicing, purchasing and financial reporting. This will allow the organisation to be more efficient, effective and drive down costs.
We specialise in helping clients drive growth by building bespoke software, tailored to suit individual needs. If you are thinking about ways you can harness technology to meet your business objectives, get in touch!
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