Meeting new challenges faced by Sub-Saharan banks with a targeted approach and solutions
Viveo's strength lies in its approach and range of software solutions which will help stakeholders in the Sub-Saharan African banking sector meet regulatory requirements (anti-money laundering measures, etc.), and "business process" challenges (development of e-banking, building customer loyalty, micro-finance, etc.). Viveo has more than ten yearsâ experience of operating in the region, and has already successfully managed fifteen projects. Another advantage for Viveo is its V.bank solution, considered to be the most successful global banking software package on the European. This unique fully-integrated banking solution is function-rich and based on the very latest technology. V.bank responds to the key challenges faced by African banks, helping them reduce operating costs, rapidly develop new products, improve security and production quality, and offer customers a coherent range of services. V.bank will enable African banks and the subsidiaries of foreign companies to manage and optimise every facet of their business, particularly their customer relations. In a bid to guarantee the best service possible, Viveo has also formed local partnerships to help provide its integration, support, consulting, help desk and training services.
An expanding and targeted international development strategy
With more than 750 clients in over 30 countries, including prestigious names such as Citibank, Barclays and Banca Intesa, Viveo is now focusing its international development strategy on new high-potential regions such as West Africa (Senegal, Ivory Coast), North Africa (Algeria, Morocco), Eastern Europe (Romania), and Southeast Asia (Malaysia, Hong Kong). "As the flagship of our publishing business, V.bank is central to the development of our international development strategy and a major growth lever for our company," explains Martin Hubert, Deputy Managing Director of Viveo. "Having acquired a leadership position in the publishing sector in French-speaking countries, we now wish to go even further and become an international publisher with operations across the world, based on internal and external growth. Our ambition is to become one of the world's top five publishers in the banking sector within three years."