FOLK HERO™ partners with lingerie label INTIMISSIMI to launch global brand campaign celebrating ‘The Art of Italian Lingerie’ featuring iconic Heidi Klum and Leni Klum

FOLK HERO — part of [INVNT GROUP] The Global BrandStory Project™ — developed INTIMISSIMI’s BrandStory, and wrote, creative directed, and executed the campaign

New York, NY, Oct. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — INTIMISSIMI, the Italian brand partnered with brand strategy firm, FOLK HERO, to develop and reimagine their Brand Story . Ultimately leading to the launch of INTIMISSIMI’s new global platform, The Art of Italian Lingerie.

The inaugural campaign, features supermodel, producer, and businesswoman Heidi Klum, alongside daughter Lena Klum, and is launching globally. The Art of Italian Lingerie tells the story of Italy’s great attention to beauty, touch, and color and how those things elevate lingerie beyond form and function and into the realm of art.

Once a brand is really clear on the story they are trying to tell, once they have found something truly compelling to say it becomes so empowering creatively,” said Rob Klingensmith, CEO of FOLK HERO. “We just had a lot of fun with this.”

FOLK HERO developed the brand and launch strategy, writing, producing, and creative directing the campaign, which was directed by award-winning creative director, Thomas Hayo.

“What an absolute pleasure to capture the bond, love, and joyful spirit of Heidi and Leni Klum for INTIMISSMI and crafted around The Art of Italian Lingerie,” said Thomas Hayo.

“The Art of Italian Lingerie is not only INTIMISSMI’s brand platform, but a testament to our leading innovation that drives luxury and confidence for our consumers and the global community. We are honored to partner with some of the greatest strategic and creative minds to share our spirited message of joy, “ said, Marcello Veronesi, General Manager of Calzedonia Group.

The company also recently announced that Jennifer Lopez (J.Lo), will be the next brand and campaign ambassador.


Launched in 1996, and part of the Calzedonia Group, Intimissimi was created to convey sophistication and romance, rapping into unmistakable Italian style to satisfy the desires and needs of all women seeking comfort, performance and quality, without sacrificing glamour. For more information visit:


Folk Hero, established by award-winning brand strategist Rob Klingensmith and part of [INVNT GROUP] The Global BrandStory Project™ specializes in bringing story strategies to the executive level, creating master brand narratives that act as brands’ operating and organizing principles. The firm helps its clients develop unusually compelling brand narratives, architecture, identity and tone-of-voice, all underpinned by a robust research methodology and deep understanding of contemporary consumer behaviors. For more information visit:


[INVNT GROUP] THE GLOBAL BRANDSTORY PROJECT was established in 2020, as an evolution of the founding global live brand storytelling agency INVNT in 2008, with a vision to provide consistent, meaningful, well-articulated BrandStory across all platforms. With offices in New York, Sydney, London, Singapore, Dubai, San Francisco, Stockholm, Detroit, and Washington D.C.; headed by President and CEO, Scott Cullather, [INVNT GROUP] represents a growing portfolio of complementary disciplines designed to help forward-thinking organizations everywhere, impact the audiences that matter, anywhere. The GROUP consists of modern brand strategy firm, Folk Hero; creative-led culture consultancy, Meaning; production studio & creative agency, HEVĒ; events for colleges and universities, INVNT Higher Ed; digital innovation division, INVNT.ATOM; creative multimedia experience studio, Hypnogram; and the original live brand storytelling agency, INVNT. For more information visit:


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Hisense lance le compte à rebours de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA 2022 au Qatar avec une chance pour vous de gagner parmi plus d’un million de rands de cadeaux

CAPE TOWN, Afrique du Sud22 octobre 2022/PRNewswire/ — Hisense, l’une des premières marques mondiales d’appareils électroménagers et d’électronique grand public, a lancé une série d’activités gagnantes en ligne et en magasin dans le cadre de sa campagne en Afrique du Sud, « The Perfect Match », pour célébrer son parrainage international de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA 2022 avec ses produits innovants.

Hisense sera active dans certains réseaux de vente au détail avec d’incroyables offres DEALS FIFA et offrira aux consommateurs une chance de gagner leur part de lots exceptionnels.

Comment gagner

En magasin

À l’achat de tout produit Hisense éligible chez l’un des détaillants participants à partir du mois d’octobre jusqu’au mois de décembre 2022.

Prix à gagner

Exclusivité Makro

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Tous les autres magasins de détail participants

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Hisense a lancé une campagne de e-commerce en octobre pour offrir aux clients qui achètent en ligne une chance de gagner des prix fantastiques pour regarder la Coupe du monde avec style.

Les prix

Hisense a organisé un cadeau à gagner sur le thème « Perfect Match » pour vous permettre de suivre la coupe du monde dans une ambiance luxueuse, chez vous, avec 20 amis, avec tous les services de restauration, les boissons et votre propre serveur à disposition.

C’est la deuxième année que Hisense est un sponsor officiel de la Coupe du monde de la FIFA. « Nous sommes heureux d’avoir l’occasion de présenter nos réalisations technologiques innovantes. Notre objectif est d’offrir à tous les fans de football des matchs parfaits et une expérience visuelle exceptionnelle lors de cet évènement sportif mondial », a déclaré Patrick, directeur marketing de Hisense South Africa. « Chez Hisense, nous cherchons toujours à offrir plus de valeur à nos clients, et nous sommes ravis d’annoncer cette fantastique gamme de promotions, qui garantit que nos clients obtiennent encore plus en achetant une large gamme de produits Hisense », a-t-il ajouté.

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Companies Weigh Fallout From US Ban on Sending Chip Tech to China

The Biden administration’s announcement earlier this month that it would ban the transfer of advanced U.S. semiconductor technology to China continues to reverberate through global markets. The ruling by the Department of Commerce affects not only U.S. firms that sell to China but any company whose products contain American semiconductor technology.

In mainland China, according to Bloomberg News, officials from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology have been summoning executives from domestic semiconductor manufacturers to assess how being deprived of high-tech manufacturing tools from overseas would impact their businesses. And companies that rely on imports of high-end semiconductors are assessing the viability of their businesses going forward.

In the U.S., semiconductor companies and other tech firms that count China among their largest single markets are facing potentially severe damage to their revenues. Other companies that manufacture tech products in China are having to recall U.S. employees because the ban also bars “U.S. persons” from supporting technology covered by the ban.

Internationally, large chipmakers, such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company and South Korea’s Samsung, as well as Netherlands-based ASML, which makes chip manufacturing equipment, are reassessing their business with China as they explore how deeply the new rules will cut into their sales.

“It really is reshaping the market,” said James Lewis, senior vice president and director of the Strategic Technologies Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. “The Koreans, the Taiwanese and some American companies are really nervous about it. I mean, everyone’s asking, ‘What can I still sell to China?’ And in some cases, the answer is ‘nothing,'” he told VOA.

Targeting China’s military

The Biden administration has characterized the ban as a national security measure, saying that withholding highly sophisticated semiconductors from China will hamper the development of Chinese weapons and surveillance technology.

The trouble is that the same technology that goes into Chinese weapons systems is also necessary for other goods, including electric vehicles, an area in which China is significantly further advanced than the U.S.

It remains unclear precisely how U.S. authorities will enforce the ban. It primarily targets the most advanced chip technology available, meaning that “mature” chip technology — older and less sophisticated chips — will not be affected.

Where the U.S. draws that line, however, could determine whether Chinese businesses such as smartphone manufacturers and commercial aerospace companies are left alone or devastated.

‘Cold war’ tactic

Experts and pundits saw the imposition of the tough new ban as a dramatic escalation of the Biden administration’s efforts to keep China from being able to advance toward technological parity with the U.S.

Writing for the American news publication Foreign Policy, Edward Alden, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, said the move “looks increasingly drawn from the Cold War playbook.” He also noted that “the new restrictions, which will be fully implemented as soon as Oct. 21, go well beyond any previous measures by seeking to freeze China at a backward state of semiconductor development and cut Chinese companies off from U.S. industry expertise.”

In the Financial Times, U.S. national editor and columnist Edward Luce wrote that “Joe Biden this month launched a full-blown economic war on China.”

“His escalation … marks a final break with decades of U.S. foreign policy that assumed China’s global integration would tame its rise as a great power,” he added.

China reacts

Speaking at the start of the Chinese Communist Party’s five-year congress Sunday, during which he is expected to be named to an extraordinary third term as party leader, Xi Jinping did not address the ban directly. However, he did promise to step up investment in areas that would help his country achieve “technology self-reliance.”

“China will move faster to launch a number of major national projects that are of strategic, big-picture and long-term importance,” Xi said.

In a statement provided to VOA by the Chinese embassy in the U.S., spokesperson Liu Pengyu said that he was not aware of any specific meetings being held in China.

“I would like to note that what the U.S. is doing is purely ‘sci-tech hegemony.’ It seeks to use its technological prowess as an advantage to hobble and suppress the development of emerging markets and developing countries,” Liu said. “The U.S. probably hopes that China and the rest of the developing world will forever stay at the lower end of the industrial chain. This will disrupt the global supply chain and industrial chain, and the final result will hurt itself and others alike.”

Industry concerned

Semiconductor companies have reacted carefully to the Biden administration’s decision. Although they are acknowledging the government’s concerns, they are signaling frustration that they were neither given clear guidance about how the ban will be applied nor given an opportunity to consult with the Commerce Department before it was put into place.

In a statement provided to VOA, SEMI, a trade group representing the semiconductor industry, said that its members understand the United States’ national security concerns. In addition, it said, “We are currently evaluating the potential effects of the Commerce Department’s unilateral controls on the semiconductor industry in the U.S. and abroad. We plan to provide feedback to the government on these rules, as they were not previously published for public comment.”

“We believe it is vitally important that the U.S. government implements these rules in close collaboration with and input from our key international partners in order to limit unintended adverse consequences that could reverberate through the domestic supply chain of this critical industry.”

Source: Voice Of America

As Leaders Meet, Chinese Hope for End to ‘Zero-COVID’ Limits

As China’s ruling Communist Party holds a congress this week, many Beijing residents are focused on an issue not on the formal agenda: Will the end of the meeting bring an easing of the at times draconian “zero-COVID” policies that are disrupting lives and the economy?

It appears to be wishful thinking. As the world moves to a post-pandemic lifestyle, many across China have resigned themselves to lining up several times a week for COVID-19 tests, restrictions on their travels to other regions, and the ever-present possibility of a community lockdown.

“There is nothing we can do,” Zhang Yiming, 51, said this week at a park in Beijing. “If we look at the situation abroad, like the United States where over 1 million people have died, right? In China, although it is true that some aspects of our life are not convenient, such as travel and economy, it seems that there is no good solution.”

People are looking to the party congress, which ends Saturday, for two reasons. The meeting, which is held every five years and sets the national agenda for the next five, can send signals of possible changes in policy direction.

Secondly, authorities always tighten controls — COVID-19 and otherwise — before and during a major event to try to eliminate disruptions or distractions, so they could relax controls when the event ends.

Any hopes for an easing, though, appear to have been dashed before the congress. The Communist Party’s newspaper, the People’s Daily, published a series of opinion pieces on the effectiveness of China’s “zero-COVID” approach, and health officials said last week China must stick with it.

China’s leader, Xi Jinping, praised the policy at the opening ceremony of the congress. He said it had prioritized and protected people’s health and safety and made a “tremendous achievement in striking the balance between epidemic response and economic and social development.”

After an initial outbreak in early 2020 that killed more than 4,000 people and overflowed hospitals and morgues, China was largely successful in taming the virus while other countries were overwhelmed with it — a contrast trumpeted in Communist Party propaganda.Then came omicron in late 2021. China had to employ ever more widespread restrictions to control the faster-spreading variant, locking down entire cites and starting regular testing of practically the entire population of 1.4 billion people.

The measures have bred simmering discontent, fed by instances of harsh enforcement that in some cases had tragic consequences.

During a two-month lockdown of Shanghai last spring, videos widely shared on social media showed officials breaking down apartment doors to drag unwilling residents to quarantine facilities. Children were also separated from their parents, because one or the other was infected.

Instances of hospitals denying treatment because of pandemic rules sparked outrage, including a woman in labor who lost her baby after she wasn’t allowed into a hospital during a lockdown of the city of Xi’an because she couldn’t show a negative COVID-19 test result.

While public protests are relatively rare in China, some people took to the streets in Shanghai and Dandong to protest harsh and prolonged lockdowns.

Last week, three days before the congress opened, banners were flung over an elevated roadway calling for Xi’s overthrow and an end to the “zero-COVID” policy. The incident spilled over into at least one other city, where photos shared on Twitter showed similar statements posted on a bus stop in the city of Xi’an.

Andy Chen, senior analyst at Trivium China, a Beijing-headquartered policy consultancy, said restrictions beyond the party congress should come as no surprise.

“All the conditions that have forced the government to put zero-COVID in place haven’t really changed,” he said, singling out the lack of an effective vaccine and the absence of sound home quarantine rules.

Even though vaccines are widely available, China’s homegrown versions don’t work as well as the Pfizer, Moderna and other shots developed elsewhere. China also has resisted vaccine mandates, keeping down vaccination rates. As of mid-October, 90% had received two shots, but only 57% had a booster shot.Beijing authorities have doubled down on the hardline coronavirus policies during the congress.

Highway checkpoints into the city are heavily policed, with all entrants required to show a “green” code on a mobile phone app to prove they haven’t traveled to medium or high-risk areas.

Some express commuter bus lines between Beijing and neighboring Tianjin city and Hebei province have been suspended since Oct. 12.

Anyone who has been in a city, district, or neighborhood where even one case of coronavirus has been found within seven days is banned from entering the Chinese capital.

Within the city, the daily lives of residents are dictated by their health codes. They must use an app to scan the QR code of any facility they enter to show their status and log their whereabouts.

Without a green code and a negative coronavirus test result within 72 hours, people are not allowed into office buildings, shopping malls, restaurants and other public places. The policy means most of Beijing’s 21 million-plus residents take a coronavirus test at least two to three times a week.

And there is always the risk of a sudden lockdown. Officials in hazmat suits guarded entries to gated communities this week in Fengtai district, where five neighborhoods have been categorized as high-risk. Residents were not allowed to leave their compounds, and some shops were forced to close.

While the party congress has not provided the watershed moment that some have been hoping for, it may turn out to be the point at which the government begins to lay the groundwork for a long process of loosening restrictions, said Dr. Yanzhong Huang, director of the Center for Global Health Studies at Seton Hall University and an expert on public health in China.

Some factors suggest the government will be in no rush to open up, including a broad acceptance of the policy among those who are inconvenienced but have not experienced prolonged or repeated lockdowns.

“The vast, vast majority of the population goes on with their lives, unaffected, and that’s a much better policy from the government perspective to implement than, for example, forcing a vaccine mandate through the population,” Chen said.

But Huang noted signs of social instability, especially among the middle class and urban residents.

“I think the question is whether it has reached a tipping point that people really find this is not acceptable anymore,” he said. “We cannot tolerate that anymore. It remains to be seen even in the large cities, you know, how people are willing to tolerate draconian measures.”

Source: Voice Of America

Quantexa foi posicionada pelo Chartis como um Líder da Categoria no KYC Solutions 2022 Market Quadrant Update and Vendor Landscape

Solução da Quantexa para KYC (Conheça o seu cliente), parte de sua plataforma Decision Intelligence, líder do setor, reconhecida pela oferta completa, classificação de risco, aperfeiçoamento de perfis e integração de clientes

LONDRES, Oct. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hoje, a Quantexa, uma empresa global de software e análise de dados pioneira em Contextual Decision Intelligence (CDI), e que ajuda empresas e agências governamentais a solucionarem alguns de seus mais difíceis desafios de dados, anunciou que foi reconhecida como um líder da categoria pelo recém-lançado relatório 2022 Chartis KYC Solutions Market Update and Vendor Landscape A Quantexa está sendo reconhecida como líder da categoria pela abrangência de sua solução empresarial e também por seu potencial de mercado. A Quantexa KYC Solution foi classificada como a “melhor da categoria” para classificação de risco KYV e aperfeiçoamento de perfil de cliente com dados adicionais e recebeu uma classificação avançada por integração de cliente, relatórios e painel de controle.

O relatório Chartis KYC é focado nos temas macro de redução de custos e eficiência. Atualmente, os processos KYC podem ser manuais, sujeitos a erros e resultam em uma experiência insatisfatória durante o ciclo de vida do cliente. A plataforma Decision Intelligence da Quantexa transforma a abordagem ao KYC adicionando contexto e clareza desde a integração à saída, monitoramento dinâmico e avaliação do risco e oportunidade do cliente, e passando de revisões periódicas manuais para um processo automatizado e proativo.

A plataforma conecta dados internos e externos para criar uma visão única, rica e holística de um cliente e seu controle e descobre conexões ocultas entre clientes, contrapartes e seus comportamentos que muitas vezes são impossíveis de ver isoladamente. Juntamente com a automação e o uso de IA para obter eficiência, a solução facilita um entendimento contínuo e informado dos clientes para tomada de decisão melhor e mais rápida por meio de processos de aceitação do cliente, identificação, monitoramento da atividade e gestão de risco.

O posicionamento da Quantexa no relatório reflete os resultados comprovados dos seus clientes e é prova de que adotar uma abordagem contextual e permanente ao KYC reduz o tempo e os custos envolvidos pelas empresas. Ela também transforma o que se tornou um exercício de “marque a caixa”, de volta ao verdadeiro propósito de entender o risco e a exposição trazidos pela atividade do cliente. Ao aumentar a automação e usar inteligência para decisões, as empresas se mantêm à frente do volume e velocidade dos dados relativos às políticas e processos de KYC e podem liberar suas equipes para que tenham mais tempo para se concentrarem em clientes de alto risco e tarefas que agregam valor.

Citação: Phillip Mackenzie, especialista sênior de pesquisa na Chartis
O Chartis RiskTech Quadrant for KYC não descreve simplesmente uma solução de tecnologia como a melhor – ao contrário, usamos a mais sofisticada metodologia de classificação para explicar qual solução será a mais adequada para compradores, dependendo de suas estratégias de implementação. Nossa pesquisa observa que a KYC Solution da Quantexa oferece às empresas os controles necessários para lidar com os riscos envolvidos no uso de IA em seus programas de conformidade.”

Citação: Dan Higgins, diretor de produtos na Quantexa
“A Quantexa está entusiasmada por estar incluída no Chartis KYC Market Quadrant Report, muito bem posicionada numa lista respeitada de provedores de soluções empresariais. A tradicional diligência prévia contínua e atualizações periódicas de KYC continuam a gerar custos e complexidade para as empresas. As crescentes pressões regulatórias, de orçamento e dos clientes exigem uma nova forma de pensar. A abordagem contextual da Quantexa reduz o tempo e o custo do KYC ao aumentar a automação, conectando relacionamentos pouco óbvios e potencializando inteligência para decisões para monitoramento contínuo de riscos. Isso se traduz em identificação e gestão mais precisa de riscos, custos menores e melhoria da experiência do cliente. Estamos confiantes de que essa abordagem continuará a oferecer valor para os nossos clientes e impulsionará o crescimento geral do mercado para a Quantexa.”

A Quantexa é uma empresa global de software e análise de dados pioneira em Contextual Decision Intelligence que capacita empresas a tomarem decisões operacionais confiáveis ao fazer com que os dados tenham sentido. Usando os últimos desenvolvimentos em big data e IA, a plataforma da Quantexa descobre riscos ocultos e novas oportunidades ao fornecer uma visão contextual e conectada de dados internos e externos em um único local. Ela resolve desafios vitais em gestão de dados, KYC, inteligência do consumidor, crime financeiro, risco, fraude e segurança em todo o ciclo de vida do cliente.

A plataforma Quantexa Decision Intelligence melhora o desempenho operacional com mais de 90% de precisão e é 60 vezes mais rápida na resolução do modelo analítico do que as abordagens tradicionais. Fundada em 2016, a Quantexa tem atualmente mais de 500 funcionários e milhares de usuários trabalhando com bilhões de transações e pontos de dados no mundo. A empresa tem escritórios em Londres, Nova York, Boston, Washington DC, Bruxelas, Toronto, Singapora, Melbourne e Sydney. Para mais informações, contate a Quantexa aqui ou siga-nos no LinkedIn.

A Chartis ié uma empresa de pesquisa e consultoria que fornece tecnologia e consultoria de negócios para o setor de gestão de risco global. A Chartis fornece inteligência de mercado independente com relação à dinâmica de mercado, tendências regulatórias, tendências tecnológicas, melhores práticas, cenários competitivos, tamanho de mercados, prioridades em gastos e fusões e aquisições. Os relatórios RiskTech Quadrant da Chartis são redigidos por analistas experientes com prática em seleção, desenvolvimento e implementação de sistemas de gestão de riscos para váruas empresas internacionais em uma gama de setores, incluindo bancos, seguros, mercado de capitais, energia e setor público.

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Quantexa a été positionnée par Chartis en tant que leader de catégorie dans le rapport KYC Solutions 2022 Market Quadrant Update and Vendor Landscape

La solution KYC de Quantexa, qui fait partie de sa plateforme leader dans le secteur de l’intelligence décisionnelle, est reconnue pour l’exhaustivité de l’offre, la notation des risques, l’enrichissement du profil client et l’intégration des clients

LONDON, 20 oct. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Quantexa, une société mondiale de logiciels de données et d’analyse pionnière dans l’intelligence décisionnelle contextuelle (CDI) qui aide les plus grandes organisations et agences gouvernementales à résoudre certains de leurs défis de données les plus difficiles, a annoncé aujourd’hui avoir été reconnue comme un leader de catégorie dans le rapport 2022 Chartis KYC Solutions Market Update and Vendor Landscape (Mise à jour sur le marché et paysage des fournisseurs de solutions KYC) qui vient d’être publié. Quantexa est reconnue comme un leader de catégorie pour l’exhaustivité de sa solution d’entreprise ainsi que pour son potentiel de marché. La solution KYC de Quantexa a été classée « Meilleure de sa catégorie » pour la notation des risques KYC et l’enrichissement du profil client avec des données supplémentaires, et a reçu un classement avancé pour l’intégration et le reporting des clients, ainsi que le tableau de bord.

Le rapport Chartis KYC se concentre sur les macro-thèmes de l’économie et de l’efficacité. À l’heure actuelle, les processus KYC peuvent être manuels, sujets aux erreurs et entraîner une mauvaise expérience tout au long du cycle de vie du client. La plateforme d’intelligence décisionnelle de Quantexa transforme l’approche des processus KYC en ajoutant du contexte et de la clarté de l’intégration à la sortie, en surveillant et en évaluant de manière dynamique les risques et opportunités des clients, et en passant des examens périodiques manuels à un processus automatisé et proactif.

La plateforme connecte les données internes et externes pour créer une vision unique, enrichie et holistique d’un client et de son contrôle, et révèle les connexions cachées entre les clients, les contreparties et leurs comportements qui sont souvent impossibles à voir de manière isolée. En plus de l’automatisation et de l’utilisation de l’IA pour obtenir de l’efficacité, la solution facilite une compréhension continue et éclairée des clients pour une prise de décisions de meilleure qualité et plus rapide tout au long de l’acceptation, de l’identification, de la surveillance de l’activité et des processus de gestion des risques du client.

Le positionnement de Quantexa dans le rapport reflète les résultats éprouvés de ses clients et prouve que l’adoption d’une approche contextuelle et perpétuelle des processus KYC réduit le temps et les coûts impliqués pour les entreprises. Cela transforme également ce qui est devenu un exercice de cases à cocher en un but réel de comprendre le risque et l’exposition induits par l’activité du client. En augmentant l’automatisation et en utilisant l’intelligence décisionnelle, les entreprises conservent une longueur d’avance sur le volume et la vitesse des données liées aux politiques et processus KYC et peuvent libérer leurs équipes, afin qu’elles aient plus de temps pour se concentrer sur les clients à haut risque et les tâches à valeur ajoutée.

Citation : Phillip Mackenzie, spécialiste principal de la recherche chez Chartis
« Le rapport Chartis RiskTech Quadrant pour les processus KYC ne se contente pas de décrire une solution technologique comme la meilleure. En effet, nous utilisons la méthodologie de classement la plus sophistiquée pour expliquer quelle solution serait la plus adaptée pour les acheteurs, en fonction de leurs stratégies de mise en œuvre. Notre étude révèle que la solution KYC de Quantexa offre aux entreprises les contrôles nécessaires pour répondre aux risques liés à l’utilisation de l’IA dans leurs programmes de conformité. »

Citation : Dan Higgins, directeur des produits chez Quantexa
« Quantexa est ravie d’être incluse dans le rapport Chartis KYC Market Quadrant, se positionnant très fortement parmi une liste estimée de fournisseurs de solutions d’entreprise. La diligence raisonnable continue traditionnelle et les mises à jour périodiques de KYC continuent d’accroître les coûts et la complexité pour les entreprises. Les pressions croissantes des réglementations, des budgets et des clients exigent une nouvelle façon de penser. L’approche contextuelle de Quantexa réduit le temps et le coût des processus KYC en augmentant l’automatisation, en connectant des relations non évidentes et en tirant parti de l’intelligence décisionnelle pour la surveillance perpétuelle des risques. Cela se traduit par une identification et une gestion des risques plus précises, des coûts réduits et une meilleure expérience client. Nous sommes convaincus que cette approche continuera de fournir de la valeur à nos clients et de stimuler la croissance globale du marché pour Quantexa. »

Quantexa est une société mondiale de logiciels de données et d’analyse pionnière dans l’intelligence décisionnelle contextuelle qui permet aux organisations de prendre des décisions opérationnelles fiables en rendant les données significatives. En utilisant les dernières avancées en matière de big data et d’IA, la plateforme de Quantexa met à jour les risques cachés et les nouvelles opportunités en fournissant une vue contextuelle et connectée des données internes et externes en un seul endroit. Elle résout des défis majeurs dans les domaines de la gestion des données, de la connaissance du client, de l’intelligence client, de la criminalité financière, des risques, de la fraude et de la sécurité, tout au long du cycle de vie client.

La plateforme d’intelligence décisionnelle Quantexa améliore les performances opérationnelles avec une précision de plus de 90 % et une résolution de modèle analytique 60 fois plus rapide que les approches traditionnelles. Fondée en 2016, Quantexa compte désormais plus de 500 employés et des milliers d’utilisateurs travaillant avec des milliards de transactions et de points de données à travers le monde. La société possède des bureaux à Londres, New York, Boston, Washington DC, Bruxelles, Toronto, Singapour, Melbourne et Sydney. Pour tout complément d’information, veuillez contacter Quantexa ici ou suivez-nous sur LinkedIn.

Chartis est un cabinet de recherche et de conseil qui fournit des conseils technologiques et commerciaux au secteur mondial de la gestion des risques. Chartis fournit des informations indépendantes sur la dynamique du marché, les tendances réglementaires, les tendances technologiques, les meilleures pratiques, les paysages concurrentiels, la taille du marché, les priorités de dépenses, les fusions et les acquisitions. Les rapports Quadrant RiskTech de Chartis sont rédigés par des analystes expérimentés ayant une expérience pratique de la sélection, du développement et de la mise en œuvre de systèmes de gestion des risques pour une variété d’entreprises internationales dans divers secteurs, y compris les banques, les assurances, les marchés de capitaux, l’énergie et le secteur public.

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