One of the world’s largest investment banks called on us to migrate from multiple TDM platforms to Cisco IPT.
A global bank was asked to produce call data for 24 custodians dating back 7 years. This totalled 300,000 individual call recordings with Libor irregularities being the cause.
A Tier 1 bank had a large amount of legacy voice data at a secure UK location. Data for the 16 custodians being investigated was not accurately tagged so the process of interrogating it was largely manual.
When you set up an energy trading business you need a corporate level of infrastructure; even with a head-count below five. JP Reis were approached to set up an office for a new energy trading firm that had three managers and an admin assistant.
JP Reis consultants were called in to map out a five-year strategic plan for a national telecom supplier. Having anticipated a largely technical challenge it became apparent, after numerous management interviews, that the client organization had considerable technology know-how.
JP Reis were called upon at short notice to remediate a growing list of outstanding Audit points surrounding an ageing trading, intercom and global voice recording infrastructure of a Tier 1 Investment Bank.
A national bank engaged JP Reis to perform a Technology Audit on its voice recording platform which the business side of the organization deemed to be unfit for purpose.
JP Reis assisted the commissioning of over 3500 trading turrets at a client location in a 16-week window. This was an incredible number for such a short timeframe and meant over 2,500 traders could start work in their new office on the Monday morning with no downtime.
This respected telecom company with a strong presence in financial services had upgraded its core platform to give a faster service to its customers. However, increased pricing pressure meant that, despite retaining its client base, the company was losing money on its investment.