Dizzion has launched the new Digital Workspaces for Financial Services, a managed digital workspaces offering for financial services institutions, in partnership with the IBM and VMware joint innovation lab.

The new solution has been made available on IBM Cloud for Financial Services.

Through the partnership, Dizzion, IBM, and VMware aim to support financial services clients to enhance operational resiliency along with meeting security and regulatory compliance needs.

Dizzion’s new Digital Workspaces is intended to offer a value proposition by efficiently migrating to the framework for existing clients to provide solutions for new challenges and opportunities for new clients.

According to Dizzion, IBM‘s built-in security and compliance capabilities will enable third-party partners, institutions, and vendors to safeguard sensitive systems and data. This helps them unlock the modern workforce to cultivate flexibility in in their engagement with hybrid, distributed, and third and fourth-party teams.

By offering the new solution on IBM Cloud for Financial Services, IBM is enabling Dizzion to meet the challenges of securing hybrid workforces and mission-critical workloads.

It will also help Dizzion to prioritise resiliency and performance and to efficiently demonstrate regulatory compliance.

IBM cloud platform general manager Alan Peacock said: “IBM Cloud for Financial Services is designed to deliver the levels of resiliency, security, performance, and compliance needed to drive application modernisation and help improve customer experience.”

By utilising IBM Cloud infrastructure and the Horizon software of VMware, Dizzion will support financial services institutions and their third-party vendors to streamline their end-user operations and improve data security, as part of digital transformation.

Dizzion CEO Steve Prather said: “By leveraging the common controls framework of IBM Cloud for Financial Services, Dizzion is able to support financial institutions and their third-party vendors unlike ever before.

“We are now able to address specific financial services compliance requirements and drive rapid cloud adoption while exponentially increasing innovation for our clients across the sector.”