Methodware Announces Continued Success of ERA

The growth in Methodware’s European customer base continues as the company announces a number of new Enterprise Risk Assessor (ERA) clients.

Recent new clients include:
• FöreningsSparbanken AB (Swedbank) - one of the largest banking groups in the Nordic area.
• Singer &Friedlander Group PLC - a privately owned Merchant Bank.
• Skipton Building Society - the 7th largest UK building society.
• Derbyshire Building Society – A UK building society with over 50 branches.

This ongoing success in the European market builds on a record of excellence in the UK financial services industry. The key to this has been the flexibility of the software, the ease of installation and dedicated support.

Tony Hurl-Hodges, Director of Risk for the Derbyshire Building Society says:
"Having researched the market extensively to find an operational risk solution that met our requirements we were very impressed with the ERA capabilities and how it could adapt to our needs. Since making the decision to go with Methodware the help and support in building and installing the operational risk framework from Methodware has exceeded our expectations, it couldn't have gone better."

David Whitehead, Head of Risk for the Skipton Building Society says:
"Regulation is moving towards a more systematic approach to documenting risks and the Skipton believe that using the ERA operational risk software allows a modern diverse financial group to manage this process more effectively. Most importantly however, as with all selection processes for outsourced products, lies the recognition that people support will be there to back up the software".

Dr. Chris Moxon, Methodware’s Chief Executive, has recently relocated to the UK to cement Methodware’s position as a leading provider of risk management software solutions in Europe and the Americas.

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