Ness Technologies has unveiled an enhanced version of its reference data management platform Financial Data Enterprise (FDE). New features in FDE 3.0 include an improved data acquisition interface enabling users to dynamically map, cleanse and transform incoming data in various formats to their underlying database models, an improved exceptions and workflow management interface and a new extraction rules engine, providing rules-driven golden copy generation and distribution. FDE was developed by Ness Innovative Business Services, provider of outsourcing and offshoring services, with clients including Franklin Templeton, Standard & Poor’s, Finaplex, Wells Fargo Bank and ING Investments.
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Ness Improves Data Acquisition and Extraction in FDE Platform
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