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Coexis Doubles Workforce and Serisys Opens Two More Offices

London and New York-based Coexis has doubled its workforce over the last year to 100 employees and its Asian partner Serisys has opened two more offices in the APAC region as part of its plans to increase global coverage.

According to the vendor the increase in staffing is a result of demand for its Syn~ software, which provides enterprise-wide reference data management and securities processing for the financial market.

Coexis’ partner in Asia, Hong Kong-based Serisys, has opened additional offices in Singapore and Tokyo which has also helped to extend the global support for Syn~, says Coexis.

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