Hitec Laboratories, a leading provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) software solutions to enterprises around the world, are pleased to announce that Progressive Building Society will be upgrading to DataStoreDSX, becoming the latest Building Society to select Hitec’s advanced Document Management/Enterprise Content Management Solution.
The Progressive Building Society, a long standing DataStore customer, chose Hitec products because of their intuitive capabilities and reliability. They will be upgraded to DataStoreDSX for its additional functionality and future proof technology.
Progressive Building Society joins a growing number of Building Societies that are installing DataStoreDSX. Built on a Microsoft .NET platform; high performance, enhanced functionality, scalability and security are all central to every part of the solution. DataStoreDSX consists of a range of components that can be implemented as an integrated solution, or as a point solution, to address specific business and compliance challenges. It can also be integrated into SOPRA core banking applications, an important consideration for Progressive, who also uses Hitec’s PolicyHub and Ten Risk Manager solutions to satisfy their Governance, Risk and Compliance requirements.
Les Richardson of Hitec says: “We are delighted that Progressive has chosen to implement DataStoreDSX. We are seeing a rise in Societies deploying our Enterprise Content Management solution along with our Risk Management and Policy Management solutions, which together form an integrated GRC (Governance Risk & Compliance) platform. These solutions have been warmly received as they address high profile areas of Best Practice and Corporate Governance. With growing pressures on Societies to meet the demands of legislation and compliance; we have more and more Societies looking for support in this area.”
Tommy O'Neill, Head of IT at Progressive comments: “It was the logical choice for Progressive, Hitec have always provided us with excellent service and the new system promises a quantum leap forward in terms of functionality."