Dec. 18, 2012
-- Banking decision enablement solutions provider, iCreate has announced the opening of their Vietnam Regional Hub office in Ha Noi's upscale Hoan Kiem district. This development indicates iCreate's commitment to the ASEAN region, specifically its intent to demonstrate its innovative, acclaimed decision enablement & reporting solutions to Vietnam's discerning banking sector. iCreate’s modern and expansive office is situated at the distinguished Press Club that is located in the heart of Hanoi’s business hub, with the State Bank of Vietnam and several other leading banks in the vicinity. The new office will primarily house iCreate’s customer engagement leadership and banking technology advisory members. Earlier this year, iCreate had established its Philippines Regional Hub office in Manila.
Speaking on the occasion, iCreate’s CEO, Mr. Vivek Subramanyam remarked, “With an increasing emphasis on informed decision-making;
from within the banking organisation, as well as by the regulatory environment;
the need for smarter decision enablement and better reporting has now emerged stronger than ever before. We understand the dynamics of the ASEAN banking universe from our experience in activating intelligent decision support systems and admire the vision of Vietnam’s progressive banks. I consider it a privilege and honour to have this opportunity to work even more closely with Vietnam’s banking sector”.
Headquartered in Bangalore, India with offices in Asia Pacific, Africa, the Middle East and Europe, iCreate is a global Banking Decision Sciences leader that works with banks worldwide to enable faster, better decision making. iCreate’s enterprise-grade solutions integrate with most banking systems and provide banks with a functional Decision Enablement System in a fifth of the time as compared to conventional options. iCreate’s banking decision enablement solution suite includes Biz$core for Business Intelligence, Analytics, Risk & Compliance, powered by Fintellix data warehouse and data integration platform.