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Princeton Financial Systems Offers Clients Unparalleled Speed of Integration with New MIG21 7.0

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Princeton Financial Systems (PFS), the market leader in investment compliance today announced the launch of MIG21 7.0, the latest version of PFS’ award winning investment compliance solution. MIG21 7.0 will reach an unparalleled speed of integration without compromising quality. New technology and substantial functional refinements enable MIG21 7.0 to deliver superior configuration management and will facilitate efficient transfer to any new technology environment.

A key module of the new version, MIG21 Studio offers audit proof centralised configuration management with a new intuitive interface to manage configurations across MIG21 modules from one central screen. With MIG21 Studio’s accelerated mapping process, changes in configurations across development, test and production environments can easily be synchronised and administrated. These new mechanisms will help increasing operational efficiency by reducing system downtime caused by configuration errors as well as by improving the auditability of the system.

MIG21 7.0’s new modules also include MIG21 Fund Validation Workflow which initiates and automates an additional fund validation process after the compliance check to support customized NAV control workflows and help detect incorrect NAVs. MIG21 External Data Feed Connector improves data quality through near-time information retrieval capabilities and full security. MIG21 Data Manager provides data editing and maintenance functionalities to improve data quality and help minimize data-related compliance errors.

The new technology and functionality of MIG21 7.0 enhances the quality of configuration transfer whilst further accelerating the configuration process. This does not only result in an unequalled speed of integration, it also boosts reporting and audit processes.

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