Cable has expanded its data integration capabilities by introducing a new integration option with Alloy, the popular identity risk management platform trusted by over 500 hundred leading banks and fintechs globally.
For businesses using Alloy, this enhancement means that Cable can now seamlessly retrieve essential data from Alloy that feeds into Cable’s effectiveness testing checks. The benefit for our customers is clear: customers using Alloy can effortlessly provide necessary data for implementing Cable without cumbersome engineering efforts or taking up resources to build more data connections in existing systems.
This ensures customers can get their automated assurance operations up and running with Cable faster.
This latest integration is another step toward ensuring a more seamless customer onboarding and operational experience. These new capabilities complement Cable's own API integration option for customers, as well as Cable’s existing data integrations with other popular compliance service providers, such as Moody’s PassFort—the compliance and financial crime management platform—and BigQuery and Snowflake, the cloud data warehouses.
With the new Alloy connection, Cable can receive real-time updates from Alloy every time an application undergoes a status change. Additionally, Cable can extract vital person and business attributes, as well as evaluations from Alloy, that are critical for performing Cable checks.
This step represents our ongoing aim to integrate with industry-leading compliance providers that are mission-critical for modern financial crime tech stacks. Compliance leaders are urgently focused on the question of how to build and connect their fincrime tech stack and this is an important step towards a fully integrated modern tech stack.
If you’re interested in learning how your specific tech stack can seamlessly integrate with Cable, get in touch with us today. Our team is ready to discuss how our integration options best fit your needs.