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Kurtosys Systems Transforms the Way Asset Managers Deliver Enterprise Data with the Launch of the EDM Solution

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Kurtosys Systems Limited, a provider of client communication solutions today announced the release of their Enterprise Data Management (EDM) platform for asset management.

Developed in partnership with Talend, a market innovator in open source data integration, Kurtosys EDM provides an integrated platform for managing an organisation’s information systems, with functionality for data extraction, modelling, capture, integration, synchronisation and inter-application data exchange.

The launch of Kurtosys EDM was driven by the recognition that asset managers needed a comprehensive approach to data quality and data management processes. Introducing improvements can yield significant cost savings and efficiencies for client reporting, marketing materials production and web content management, whilst protecting an organisation’s operational and reputational risk.

With support for multi-database architectures, Kurtosys EDM makes a reality the ability to integrate high volumes of data from disparate sources into a consolidated and operational data source. Kurtosys EDM is available as a standalone solution or as an integrated module for the Kurtosys Client Communications application suite.

Paul Lumsden, head of product management at Kurtosys, comments, “The requirement for effective data calculation and distribution capabilities across the asset management enterprise is a result of two continuous and fundamental operational challenges: the ongoing demand for a more pro-active analytic process for assessing investment decisions and managing risk, combined with the need for common, accurate, and timely information across all of the investment business lines for reporting and analytics. Our partnership with Talend demonstrates Kurtosys’ commitment to partner with global innovators to bring forward-thinking technology solutions to our market.”

François Méro, general manager, EMEA at Talend, states – “Kurtosys brings market knowledge and expertise to Talend’s core product and offering, enabling us to penetrate further a very interesting marketplace. Our partnership brings to this market the best of the data management industry, in capability and functionality, at an optimized pricing point.”

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