Systar to Showcase Business Activity Monitoring at EBAday 2009
The conference program at EBAday comprises keynotes, panel discussions and debates featuring more than fifty of Europe's leading figures in payments who will discuss new challenges in the transaction business in Europe.
Gilles Leflambe, Vice President Sales, EMEA Financial Services at Systar, will participate to a panel discussion on "Payments and Risk Management". This session will explore, among other topics, the latest developments in operational risk techniques and process management for payments.
Systar will showcase, at its booth, BusinessBridge, its unrivalled Business Activity Monitoring
(BAM) platform, which helps banks achieve operational excellence by measuring end-to-end performance, in real-time, all the time. BusinessBridge reduces operational risk, ensuring banks do not miss payments deadlines nor break SLAs. It also increases transparency by reporting activity, performance and risk to all business process stakeholders.
To best illustrate its BAM solution benefits at EBAday, Systar will present concrete examples where clients have been able to increase control over their payments processes, pre-empting operational risks, increasing operational efficiency and reducing costs.
Over 180 clients worldwide, including 10 of the world's 15 largest banks, rely on Systar's performance management software to maximize the efficiency of their business operations and IT infrastructure. Systar is widely regarded as the leading provider of Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) solutions and offers innovative capacity management software for both physical and virtual server environments. Systar is listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris Stock Exchange (ISIN: FR0000052854-SAR), and has offices in North America and Europe. More information about Systar is available at www.systar.com
Systar, BusinessBridge, and Systar's logo are registered trademarks of Systar. All other brand names, product names and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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