Financial data warehouse provider Netik and Thomson Financial have teamed to integrate Thomson Portia and Netik InterView, in order to provide investment managers with what the partners say is a best of breed solution for investment accounting, data management and reporting. According to the two vendors, while firms have historically been limited to a single vendor to source an integrated data warehouse and investment accounting solution, their alliance provides another option for accessing such integrated functionality. Netik and Thomson have jointly invested in an off-the-shelf adapter to combine the two products, available for license from either vendor, and to be maintained by both as a guaranteed interface across several releases. Netik says it has already signed the first customer to take Portia and InterView in combination.
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Don’t miss this opportunity to view the recording of this recently held webinar. Measuring data quality is on the data management agenda at many financial firms as they seek to reduce operational costs, meet regulatory requirements and identify new product potential. The webinar will consider how metrics can be implemented to provide meaningful measures of...
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The RegTech Summit Virtual is a global online event that will be held in May 2021 with an exceptional guest speaker line up of RegTech practitioners, regulators, start-ups and solution providers to collaborate and discuss innovative and effective approaches for building a better regulatory environment.
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