Ivis Launches MiFID II Dashboard Beta
UK, December 7, 2015 (Newswire.com) - In order to address a growing industry-wide requirements to meet MiFID II compliance, Ivis Europe in collaboration with Ivis Technologies is pleased to announce the public Beta release of its MiFID II Dashboard.
“Some of the key challenges in implementing MiFID II is understanding and knowing what is required, where the impact is and how to co-ordinate and manage resources to meet the changes required” said Graham Clark Director of Ivis Europe. “While MiFID II implementation may have been delayed, organisations still need to move ahead with their MiFID II programmes. So we have released a pre-launch Beta of our MiFID II Dashboard incorporating all Level one and related level 2 information, to clearly demonstrate how group-wide users can now navigate the new regulations, review, assign and then monitor critical path tasks in order to effectively meet and manage their MiFID II change requirements“.
Christopher Lank, CEO of Ivis further added “The complexity of oversight that MiFID II brings to organisations is vast and cumbersome and our interactive dashboard is designed to bring clarity and an understanding of the Directive”
The free beta can be found here at the iviseurope website
About Ivis Europe
Ivis Europe are the European partners of Ivis Technologies and provide software tools and applications that help organisations in the financial services and healthcare sectors to better manage and meet their regulatory and compliance requirements.
Ivis Technologies provides a fully configurable and customizable web hosted solution that helps companies implement, automate and manage their day-to-day activities that revolve around compliances such as HIPAA, PCI, FINRA, ISO, SOX or any internal business activity. With our interactive dashboards, customers can quickly assess, keep and maintain their most pressing compliance needs. Our focus is on organizations that desire to have automation around their compliance activities but don't wish to buy large, expensive, inflexible and time-consuming technologies.