BIS Solutions User Group #15

Today we’ve hosted our 15th user group at our headquarters, in the special conference room. Our guests were key representatives of the Romanian financial institutions, users of BIS solutions and a Romanian Banks Association’s member.

The agenda covered a SLA performance report on our products within the last 4 months ( since the previous user group ), followed by comments on patches released for industry standards, regional regulation and third parties’ applications latest versions alignment, then a short preview of our experience at Sibos Hong Kong & a series of questions raised by our quality system director.

After a short break, our business analysts, Cristina & Corina, presented &  ran demos of some of our solutions over qPayIntegrator: SEPA, WR, Lite.

We’ve also announced the two forthcoming events, namely the Romanian Finance Symposium “Optimizing Liquidity and Cash Management”, sponsored by BIS and organized in Bucharest, at Marriott Grand Hotel, on 3-4 Nov 2009, and the post-Symposium Workshop held at our office on 5 Nov 2009. The first event will feature NBR management, commercial banks, while the other will bring together banks & corporates. Special guest star in all three days will be Stephan Kraft, SWIFT Senior Account Director CEE, who will speak on “Measures to reduce float costs for national and international payments”.

To end this event with a smile on everybody’s faces, we invited all our guests outside, on the terrace to have a quick lunch before heading back at their offices.

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