Cinimex Joins Misys Infusion Partner Programme As The First Strategic Partner For Fusionrisk In Russia

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LONDON – Misys, the leading financial software company, has signed an agreement with Cinimex to be the first Russian partner to join the Misys InFusion Partner Programme. Cinimex and Misys have been successfully collaborating for twelve years, with Cinimex providing Misys and its clients with consultancy, integration and development expertise in Russia.

The business agility and efficiency shown by Cinimex have been crucial in executing projects rapidly in the country. By joining the Misys InFusion Partner Programme, Cinimex is cementing the relationship with Misys. This ensures Misys FusionRisk clients in Russia have solutions that are finely tuned to Russian needs, accelerated deployment cycles, resulting in faster time to market.

“We have been working with Cinimex in Russia since 2002,” states Theo Simons, the Regional Director of Sales in CIS. “During those twelve years the company has repeatedly showed a high level of professionalism. We welcome Cinimex as an official partner to Misys. One of key objectives of this cooperation is building a Competence Centre in Cinimex’s premises for development and implementation of Misys FusionRisk to ensure the solution is adapted for the Russian market and to minimise any potential implementation risks.”

Andrey Sykulev, CEO of Cinimex, adds, “The partnership between our two companies is of strategic importance in Russia. We are extending the solutions available for retail, corporate and investment banking, covering the entire financial institution – from customer communication channels to operations. Misys’ international strategy focuses on developing regional partners really add value to customers in that territory. Effective risk management is a top priority for banks and we are focused on further strengthening our expertise in this area, underpinned by Misys FusionRisk solutions.”

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