New York-based vendor Financial Technologies International (FTI) has formed a partnership with m.a partners, a London-based management consultancy, for consultancy and systems integration expertise. The partnership is intended to create a ‘best of breed’ partnership for the provision and delivery of streamlined processes and increased efficiencies for back-office operations, the pair say. They are already working together on a number of requirement definition projects with a variety of tier one clients. m.a partners will work with FTI across its entire StreetEnterprise suite of solutions.
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FTI Bonds With m.a. partners
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