Datanomic, has earned a Certificate of Finalist Recognition in the Best New Product or Service of the Year, Computer Software category for its dn:Director Sanctions & PEP (Politically Exposed Persons) Screening software in The 2009 International Business Awards (IBAs). Datanomic’s CEO, Dr Jonathan Pell, has also been named finalist in the Executive of the Year in Europe category.
The International Business Awards are the only global, all-encompassing business awards programme honouring great performances in business. Nicknamed the Stevie for the Greek word “crowned,” the awards will be presented to honourees at a gala dinner on Monday, 14 September 2009 in New York City. Honourees were selected from more than 1,700 entries received from organisations and individuals in more than 30 countries.
“The competitive nature of the IBAs sets a high bar for both software and executive management and we’re thrilled be recognised by the IBAs in both categories,” said Dr Jonathan Pell, CEO, Datanomic. “This recognition further validates our continued market leadership and execution of our business strategy in helping our growing global customer base to address their sanctions screening requirements.”
Datanomic’s dn:Director Sanctions & PEP Screening software enables organisations to rigorously and systematically screen their customers against Sanctions, PEP, money laundering, terrorist financing and other risk data sources. Industry-leading accuracy and Datanomic’s unique ‘Decision Intelligence’ drive down compliance costs by reducing the burden of false positives. End-to-end data preparation, case management, workflow, auditability and reporting tools ensure that businesses are protected from compliance risk.
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