CustomerXPs has been showcased in NASSCOM research paper titled as 'India Fin-Tech Products - Innovating Driving Growth'. The objective of this report is to present a detailed overview of Fin-tech software products landscape in India and discuss key business technology trends, drivers and enabling ecosystem for Fin-tech and its sub segments.Download Here
CustomerXPs has been showcased in the Nasscom’s Research Paper 'Indian Analytics Products- Scaling New Heights'. The objective of the paper is to present a detailed overview of the Analytics Software products landscape in India and discuss key businesses and technology trends, drivers and enabling ecosystem for analytics and its sub segment. Download Here
Tentacles of Banking Fraud is evolving and diversifying defying all the barriers we have ever put across. This short report throws light on what we have already encountered and what is yet to come.Download Here
This report analyses the developments related to card fraud.It covers the fraud trends from 2012-2014 of some global economies. It provides insight into Australia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa banking card fraud scenario.Download Here
This e-book aims to equip bankers and fraud management professionals around the globe with pragmatic insights and knowledge to effectively institute a fraud free organization.Download Here
This report was commissioned to develop an understanding of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulation and Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT). The research draws attention towards relation between money laundering and terrorist financing, and develop understanding of its economic and social implication on a nation.Download Here
This report was commissioned to examine repercussions of different events happened after July 2012 in African banking Industry to November 2014.
The research draws attention to the fact that in 2012, the fraud has been increasing till date. The African nations that were largely affected were Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa. Further investigations reveal the actions taken by the banks to curb fraud and protect the innocent people affected by it.These events have laid down its path towards a different Africa that we see now.Download Here
This report was commissioned to examine repercussions of different events that has happened after July 2012 in Australian banking Industry till November 2014.
The research draws attention to the fact that in July 2012, the payments fraud increased by USD 77.5 million in 2011. According to results released by the Australian Payments Clearing Association (APCA), fraud associated with transactions using credit, debit and charge cards has amounted to USD 278.3 million in 2011, compared with USD 184 million in 2010Download Here