Software, a provider of business process software solutions. Under the terms
of the agreement, which comes into immediate effect, Lawson Software will
recommend Accurate's Operational Risk Management solution to its clients.
Lawson Software targets retail, healthcare, public sector, financial
services and professional services organisations. The Lawson Financial Suite
is designed to connect all parts of an organisation that impact financial
management, enabling firms to access the financial information they need to
make quick, accurate decisions and enhance productivity and profitability.
The use of Accurate NXG - which is built on four core competencies of
reconciliation, exception management, workflow and business intelligence -
together with the Lawson Financial Suite will help firms increase efficiency
and minimise risk related to transaction processing.
Accurate and Lawson have already worked together successfully to deploy
Accurate NXG alongside the Lawson Financial Suite at a number of medium
sized and large retail organisations.
"We recognised the value of partnering with an organisation that focuses on
reducing risk and maximising transaction processing efficiency. Accurate's
extensive reconciliation expertise as well as the breadth and depth of their
client base impressed us greatly," said Brian Male, Vice President,
International Services for Lawson Software. "The customers we share are
already reaping the benefits of our joint approach. Together with Accurate
we will deliver maximum benefit to our clients."
Philip Hall, chairman and co-chief executive officer, Accurate Software,
said: "Having already worked with Lawson Software on a number of joint
projects, it is clear that there are great synergies between our two
companies. Our solutions are entirely complementary - Accurate NXG is
particularly well suited to the high transaction volumes encountered in
Lawson's key markets. We see Lawson's as a long term partnership. We look
forward to building on our relationship and extending our mutual client base
in the future."