Acteon Group Standardizes Restricted Party Screening with Amber Road

Posted by Kelsey Barker on Wed, Aug, 27 2014 @ 9:52 AM

Acteon_GroupThe Acteon Group, a leading global integrated subsea services provider, has chosen Amber Road to automate and standardize restricted party screening across all of its worldwide branded services.

Headquartered in Norwich, UK, the Acteon Group brings together a broad range of companies, mainly in the oil, gas and renewables industries. One of the biggest firms in the subsea services industry, Acteon has over 35 different company sites. It offers worldwide services with and has thousands of trading partners.

Until now, the individual Acteon branded services tracked and managed their trading partners independently and mostly manually. But with increasingly tough regulations and sanctions being imposed by multiple authorities around the world − including recent sanctions on Russia that specifically target oil and gas industry-related equipment − the need for a reliable, automated solution to track regulations, evaluate trading partners, and ensure a standardized compliancy process for the entire group became acute.

 “We were looking for an auditable restricted party screening solution that could be applied across all of our subsidiaries,” said Mike Pay, the Head of Compliance for the Acteon Group. “While the primary goal was to improve compliance, we also saw the opportunity to reduce operational costs by replacing manual processes. Amber Road fit the bill.”

Learn more about what made Amber Road's Restricted Party Screening solution perfect for Acteon here.

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