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Netik Releases Low-Cost Matching/Reconciliation Module for InterView

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Netik has launched Intermatch 2.0, which adds matching and reconciliation capabilities to its InterView investment and accounting hub system. Among the features are a multi-sourced reference data cleansing facility, with the ability to construct a ‘golden copy’ for distribution throughout the enterprise. The firm is pricing Intermatch at $20,000.

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