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Finastra Partners Xceptor to Automate Reconciliation

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Finastra has partnered Xceptor, an intelligent automation software company, to offer new reconciliation functionality to its securities market customers. Xceptor’s out-of-the-box third-party reconciliation functionality allows Finastra’s Fusion Markets customers to automatically reconcile and validate transactions and positions data, including harder-to-handle formats, in a single solution resulting in reduced manual workloads, exceptions and breaks, and improved accuracy and speed. Xceptor extracts and transforms any type of data from any source.

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