Wealth management tech provider Finantix this week launched its latest Digital Collaboration Hub, through which firms can establish a one-stop collaboration channel featuring virtual private lounges to support client activities such as market updates and investment advisory support, onboarding and origination workflow driven processes. It is available via a fast-track deployment approach hosted on the Finantix cloud, as an expedited setup via private cloud or on-site; or through a “maximum flexibility and configurability option” which leverages Finantix SDK capabilities. It provides an auditable communications suite covering e-mail, chat, audio, video and screen sharing, and has been selected by Banco Itaú International to support its current online offering for US and Swiss clients.
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Finantix Launches New Digital Hub
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