The story so far…..
What an amazing start to the year, more clients joined us in January and February than the whole of last year. Some tenders we were waiting for came through and we won all of the ones we entered. (See major wins 2019)
“Symbiant 1 – TeamMate 0” One of the big wins was replacing the Ministry of Finance in Guyana’s “TeamMate” installation. They found our product not only saved them a huge amount of money but offered a lot more features.
Whilst our software is very popular with Financial institutions who need advanced features it’s nice when Charities who have simpler needs and smaller budgets find Symbiant the best choice, so a warm welcome to, Practical Action and the Danish Refugee Council who both joined us in February.
Avaloq Group the Swiss market leader for integrated banking software have chosen Symbiant as there Risk and Audit solution. The reason we have this as a major win is because the company was hoping to choose a Central European solution and we were up against some fierce competition but in the end our system was clearly best choice.
Whilst many companies are struggling with the restrictions brought on by Covid-19 we are pleased to report we are still getting new signups for our risk and audit management software. Some of our existing audit clients have also extended the use of Symbiant to cover risk management.
A Notable win for April has been “Fair Ways Foundation Charity” who needed an affordable solution to improve their risk management practices and the safety of the foster children they look after. By using the incident reporter and KRI module they can improve monitoring and reporting and so identify potential issues, including those relating to the children, early. It is nice to know our software is contributing to the safety of vulnerable children and making a difference in such an important area.
In June the financial trading company OSTC Limited selected Symbiant as their audit management solution over Pentana and Teammate, on the bases our solution was not only better priced, it was easier to use and offered them functionality which better suited their requirements.
The top news for July is the return of UNIAC the university auditors. We lost this account to MKinsight (now Pentana) several years ago. With the need to use a more intuitive and user friendly system they have returned to the Symbiant fold and are warmly welcomed back.
We welcomed several new clients in August that were newsworthy but for the sake of the blog we will mention “Equiom” because they chose Symbiant to replace their Walter Kluwer “OneSumx” software. The main reasons being our system offered a better platform, much more features, easier to use and it was going to save them a lot of money.
To Be Continued……