June 6th 2019. NEW YORK – RIMES Technologies, the leading provider of managed data and RegTech services for financial services organizations, has today launched its new Client Portal. The Portal will enable RIMES’ clients a complete view across all of their RIMES services including user specific workflows associated with their profile and job function. The launch comes in response to client demand for increased oversight of their RIMES managed data and regulatory services within an intuitive user interface, as well as enhanced self-service capabilities.
Combining a simplified user experience and consolidated business process functions, the new Client Portal makes it easier than ever for subscribers to RIMES’ Managed Data Services to access and search financial data. Meanwhile, a newly redesigned Feed Manager benefits users by increasing real-time data transparency and governance, while also enabling direct interaction with RIMES’ client service team. Users will further benefit from seamless and immediate access to new technology advances, and to RIMES’ innovation, through a revamped client services layer.
Shaun Mirams, Global Head of Business Transformation, commented: “Our aim at RIMES is to make data management processes as streamlined and efficient as possible so financial sector firms can spend their time focusing on core business activities. The new Client Portal does just that, providing users with an intuitive way to manage data, interact with our service center and sign up to new products and services. Our new Portal reflects our belief that in the digital age user experiences should be convenient and simple.”
Additional features of the Portal include the ability to subscribe to new micro-products and services; a new landing page with insights, events, and news from RIMES; and a new vendor reports solution and custom tools. RIMES will provide training and documentation to clients to support the introduction of the new environment, led by its Business Transformation Team.
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