Designed for risk management professionals who rely on rapid, concise risk calculations, QuIC Analyzer revolutionises the way users view, analyze and report data, enabling them to perform comprehensive data analysis and make critical decisions that affect a bankâs global operations.
âWith the powerful ability to calculate, visualise and troubleshoot in-depth problems on demand, QuIC Analyzer is a critical component of risk infrastructure,â said Nigel Cairns, President and CEO for QuIC. âItâs clear that our clients have embraced QuIC Analyzerâs wider, multi-dimensional, and interactive view of the risks that affect their portfolio.â
âIn keeping with our flexible technology strategy, QuIC Analyzer can easily be incorporated into a bankâs existing reporting infrastructure,â added Tony Coppellotti, CTO for QuIC. âThe growing adoption of QuIC Analyzer in the industry is a testament to the dedication of our team to continuously develop solutions that meet the demands of our global clientele.â
QuIC Analyzer provides users unparalleled visibility and usability into market and credit risk calculations and data analysis. By incorporating a data visualization solution from Advanced Visual Systems (AVS), a leading data visualization consultancy, QuIC Analyzer allows risk management personnel to manage and visualise multi-dimensional calculation results and create consistent report views.
According to Steve Sukman, Executive Vice President at Advanced Visual Systems, âQuICâs use of data visualization is a compelling example of how combining rich graphics with interactive techniques allows decision makers to easily explore and quickly understand complex data. Our studies reveal that user experience increases significantly when data visualization is incorporated into a decision support systemâand exponentially when interactivity allows users to actually reach out and touch the data.â
As a single application that performs calculation analysis and generates reports, QuIC Analyzer delivers an improved user experience while satisfying the rigorous requirements for risk intelligence essential in todayâs increasingly complex and sophisticated risk infrastructures.