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Irion Update 8: Adding new features to address future needs

By Franklin De Leon | October, 2017

We are proud to announce a number of improvements to our platform with the launch of Update 8. We have added new powerful features and now provide a wider range of services to help companies make the best out of their data. We have also re-branded our platform from IrionDQ to Irion. Although data quality…

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How to obtain value from big data

By Franklin De Leon | September, 2017

Business continue to get swamped by the ever growing amounts of data and it has become fundamental to create systems for data regulation, validation and storage to satisfy business demands. Our CEO Alberto Scavino discusses the subject in an interview with Business Community. In which fields do you operate? Irion operates in Enterprise Data Management…

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Solvency II: RegTech Solution for Italian Insurance Companies

By Franklin De Leon | September, 2017

One of the largest Italian Property & Casualty and Life Insurance providers needed a data governance and quality system to be compliant with Solvency II. Data compliance for Solvency involves a wide spectrum of different business functions and therefore the need of a coordination & control center for all relative activities, in order to guarantee…

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Irion at the Banking Union and Basel 3: Risk & Supervision 2017 Conference

By irion | August, 2017

Aren’t you tired of wasting time making complicated Excel reports for Basel 3 compliance? Then come and join Irion at the: Banking Union and Basel 3 Risk & Supervision 2017 Conference The Italian Banking Association’s yearly conference on risk, risk management, capital and European regulation compliance. 14 & 15 June| Rome, Palazzo dei congressi Irion will…

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Investment Banking Front to Back Reconciliation for London Branch

By irion | August, 2017

Intesa Sanpaolo needed a system that provided greater efficiency and a better quality of results when it came to the reconciliation of operational flows between their various Front Office and Back Office systems. Too much of the process was manually executed and too many individual financial and operative tools had entered the chain, which in turn…

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