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Nice Actimize Moves Financial Crime Fighting to the Cloud

Financial crime and compliance giant Nice Actimize this month launched its brand new Xceed AI cloud-native platform, which it claims will revolutionise AML and fraud prevention for financial services by accelerating their cloud and digital transformations.

The new solution integrates AI, data intelligence, behavioural analytics, and insights within a unified cloud platform designed for a wide range of financial institutions, including community and regional banks. It combines the capabilities of Nice Actimize with those of its latest acquisition, Guardian Analytics, which the firm bought in July with the express view of expanding its AI cloud solutions for financial crime risk management.

The two firms have lost no time in developing their latest technology together. The Xceed platform utilises “Always On” AI-based technology, with self-learning capabilities that immediately and autonomously adapt to new threats without the need for a team of data scientists.

“Xceed is based on the proven AI models deployed at hundreds of Guardian Analytics and Actimize customers, leveraging the best innovations of both and bringing the industry its most advanced machine learning capabilities for complete financial crime risk management coverage,” says Craig Costigan, CEO of NICE Actimize.

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