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NICE Actimize Extends Financial Crime Capability

NICE Actimize has established a financial crime consulting and advisory practice and introduced a target operating model designed to pinpoint client objectives, create a technology roadmap and establish an enterprise operational plan.

The consulting practice is working with clients to evaluate the people, process and technology aspects of financial crime programmes, identify inefficiencies and provide guidance on reducing costs and improving effectiveness of existing programmes.

The practice and methodology are part of NICE Actimize’s vision of autonomous financial crime management that could unify and mitigate risk through targeted use of big data, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and robotic process automation.

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