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Efficiency Management Consultancy widens European and North African opportunities for Misys

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Misys, the leading financial software company, has signed an agreement with Efficiency Management Consulting to become a member of the InFusion Partner Programme. Efficiency is a fast-growing consulting practice, specialising in business management and organisational design, supporting financial institutions in the design and implementation of transformation strategies.

Efficiency specialises in FusionInvest, FusionCapital (Summit and Sophis) and FusionRisk integration projects. It delivers process optimisation, based on the Lean Six Sigma methodology, alongside performance and change management. Efficiency focuses on corporate and investment banking, asset management, private banking and corporate Treasury and supports its customers throughout the value chain, from the front to the back Office. The business has strong synergies with Misys client base in France and Morocco in particular where it delivers a full range of managed services to European and North African clients, both for local and international projects.

Misys Vice President Partners & Ecosystem, Brian Gibson, states: “We are delighted to welcome Efficiency Management Consulting to the Misys InFusion Partner Programme. They have a significant business and client footprint across Europe and North Africa, especially with their Moroccan client base.

Combining their consulting skills and deep understanding of the Misys solution portfolio, Efficiency offers clients a compelling combination of services to significantly help their clients address their business challenges. We look forward to working very closely with them in the market as they will be a key partner in our ecosystem across Europe.”

Saïd Guida, Associate Director, Efficiency Management Consulting commented: “We are proud to be a recognised as a Misys InFusion partner and to be working jointly with a renowned market leader in the financial software market. We see our business and integration expertise, combined with geographical synergies from Paris to Casablanca, as an ideal partnership to drive new joint business opportunities and deliver strategic projects.”

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