IndusInd Bank, South Indian Bank and RBL Bank in India, among others, are using GIEOM’s change management app — built on Microsoft Azure.
Top banks across 35 countries are utilizing the app for staying updated with the regulatory changes, processes and internal policies. Banks can access the app on Windows 8.1. Over 15,000 employees across banks are using the enterprise app.
The company in a statement claims that the mobile application has an interface designed to enable seamless transition to any organizational or regulatory change. GIEOM claims that the app can help banks to enhance operational efficiency of employees by up to 20 percent.
John Santhosh, CEO of GIEOM said: “Built on Microsoft Azure platform, GIEOM intelligently interlinks different processes, policies, regulatory information, documentation, performance KPI’s & SLA’s, business controls and training, ensuring operational excellence with flexibility and intuitiveness.”
The enterprise mobile app also reduced the on-boarding investment by enabling a new employee to understand the organization easily.
GIEOM app helps improve operational efficiencies through integration of business operations such as processes, policies and regulatory information. It enables banks to manage changes to their business paths, regulations and policies, skills and competencies and business performance.
Business Map provides intelligent analysis by giving the employees an overview of the impact of the change, while enabling them to monitor in their area of responsibility and create targeted actions for course correction and interventions.
“GIEOM’s mobile-ready app delivers a uniform experience across platforms and devices and helps banks stay ahead of the curve. When deployed on Microsoft Azure, the app is easier to implement,” said Srikanth Karnakota, director – Cloud and Enterprise Business, Microsoft India.