Dovetail receives another major industry accolade

09 January 2013

Dovetail, the provider of next generation payment services hubs, today announces that it has received another major industry accolade. At a gala reception held in London, England, Dovetail was announced as the recipient of the prestigious ifs School of Finance Award for Most Innovative Financial Services Solution. The accolade was received in recognition of an implementation of the Dovetail Liquidity Dashboard Solution enabling a major tier one global bank to monitor and report on intraday liquidity. The award, focused on tangible benefits of projects, follows on the heels of Dovetail receiving the Banking Technology Readers’ Choice award for Best Payments Product or Service.

Chris Ray, Director of Communications and Alumni Services at the ifs School of Finance, said, “The 15th annual Financial Innovation Awards was one of the most keenly contested yet, with nominees demonstrating outstanding creativity and innovation in their products and services. The judges were extremely impressed by the high standard of competition throughout every category and we would like to congratulate Dovetail on their truly impressive achievement.”

Martin Coen, CEO of Dovetail, commented on the news, “Dovetail has focussed for many years on delivering real and timely value to our clients in payments and continuously improving our market leading Payment Services Hub. Receiving a second major industry award, from ifs School of Finance, in such a short period of time is a strong validation of our strategy and market position. This recent success is a great tribute to the expertise and hard work of all our staff.”

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