Enhance Compliance with Enterprise Capture and Recording Solutions

Evolving financial regulations, consumer protection legislation, and the risks—and penalties—associated with fraud have made compliance a top priority in financial services organizations. Capturing interactions is one part of the challenge. Securely retrieving and analyzing that information for trade surveillance, trend analysis, and trade reconstruction are equally important. But the risks are not limited to trading activity itself. What your employees say at any time through any channel of communication falls within the scope of regulations. Your monitoring needs to be pervasive.

Verint Risk and Compliance is an enterprise recording solution that works across trading floor, branch office, and back-office operations. It can capture 100 percent of calls and store the recordings on a single platform with a single user interface.

Capitalizing on Verint’s two decades of experience as a leading provider of compliance recording, you can:

  • Increase visibility of words and actions in multiple channels including phone (fixed and mobile), screen actions, instant messaging, SMS, and data recording.
  • Reduce your total cost of technical infrastructure with a solution that supports up to 1000 concurrent recording channels on a single server.

About Verint

Verint Systems is a Melville, New York-based analytics company which was founded in 2002. The company sells software and hardware products for customer engagement management, security, surveillance, and business intelligence.Their products are designed to assist clients in data analysis, specifically large data sets. Verint has more than 10,000 clients in 150 countries, and has approximately 2,800 employees in various locations internationally. The company was previously a majority-owned subsidiary of Comverse Technology[4] and it was formerly known as Comverse Infosys. As with Comverse, approximately half of Verint’s employees have been located in Israel. In February 2013, Verint Systems became independent of Comverse, having bought out the latter’s stake in it.