Financial software / What does it achieve?
It minimizes risks and costs resulting of the adding of partial solutions, avoiding inconsisten data between different phases of financial activity (for instance, different databases for financial assets) as well as all data exchange, control and reconciling tasks among the previously mentioned partial solutions.
Simplicity in all procedures; as it is based in integrated, unique and consistent data in all the procedures related to the processing, execution and information of an order or in any other procedure linked to one financial entity’s activity. This simplicity, together with system flow organisation, minimizes user’s mistakes and makes easier the accomplishment of the tasks needed in any financial activity’s Workflow.
Considerable time saving, specially the time devoted to tasks which do not provide an added value to the organization, eliminating inefficiencies derived from manual procedures and based on the physical paper information. All the information is inside the system and is easily exploitable by any user from any location.
It provides savings on infrastructure and software investments. The system is accessible from any PC with access to the Internet, and the customer will always have the last BIA version at his/her disposal, including all the updates owing to normative novelties.
Money saving. Our technical service has developed all the software from the start, which minimizes eventuality risks and, in any case, the time required to solve those and, thus, the cost they generate.
BIA’s consistency based in both the designed Workflow and the data structure, allows having a strong activity risk control, in both “ex-ante” and “ex-post” the trading, and in an easy way for users, thus minimizing the entity’s trading, economic, legal and reputational risks.
The Front-Office and Business Intelligence tools in the system allow a quick and efficient taking of decisions by the entity’s management, with all the information needed on-line, being consistent and free from mistakes caused by manual procedures.