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Banque Internationale à Luxembourg versnelt innovatie en lanceert nieuwe bankdiensten met CA Technologies

CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) heeft vandaag aangekondigd dat Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (BIL) de innovatie en introductie van nieuwe diensten op het gebied van retail banking, private banking, corporate banking en financiële markten zal versnellen met CA Technologies. Dankzij de standardisatie van een uitgebreide Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) oplossing van CA Technologies, introduceert de Luxemburgse bank een samenhangende aanpak voor haar portfolio- en middelenbeheer, de planningen van alle projecten en het bijhorende kostenbeheer, haar applicaties, programma’s en producten. Dit zal een vlottere besluitvorming en verhoogde financiële visibiliteit in de bank en , een snelle lancering van innovatieve producten en diensten, en een business transformatie met zich meebrengen.

“Dankzij deze PPM-oplossing van CA Technologies zullen wekosten kunnen besparen in onze huidige investeringen, en deze besparingen kunnen aanwenden om de lancering van nieuwe innovaties in het bankwezen aan te sturen,” aldus Franky Warnez, hoofd PMO en IT Governance bij Banque Internationale à Luxembourg. ““De centraal gerationaliseerde investeringsportfolio, zal ons tevens helpen om ons sneller en adequater aan te passen aan veranderingen en onze inkomsten sneller te doen groeien, met minder risico’s en een grotere transparantie in de kosten.”

BIL koos voor CA Technologies in plaats van voor oplossingen van Microsoft en Oracle. CA Clarity™ PPM ondersteunt alle drie de fasen van BIL's strategische innovatie- en investeringscyclus. Deze cyclus omvat de planning die aangeeft in welke projecten geïnvesteerd moet worden, het opbouwen en begrijpen van de kosten voor service consumption, en het beheren en optimaliseren van de prestaties vanuit een zakelijk perspectief.

CA Clarity PPM zal BIL ook helpen een grotere mate van projectsucces te behalen. Real-time visibiliteit in het aanwenden van middelen (mensen, activa, diensten en kapitaal) alsook de geautomatiseerde workflow, helpen BIL op weg naar een succesvolle innovatieve toekomst.

“In het huidige competitieve omgeving waarin financiële instellingen vandaag vertoeven, moeten banken sterk vooruit denken inzake klantgerichte, innovatieve producten,” verklaart Marc Soree, country manager België en Luxemburg, CA Technologies. “Deze PPM-oplossing stelt BIL in staat om elk aspect van de vraag naar nieuwe producten en diensten gedurende de gehele innovatiecyclus te beheren - vanaf de conceptvorming tot de uitvoering.”

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