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Princeton Financial Systems Releases PAM for UVT 2011

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Princeton Financial Systems has released a new version of its unit value pricing and trading solution, PAM for Unit Value Trade (UVT). PAM for UVT has been supporting leading insurance and annuity companies throughout the United States and Canada for over a decade. The all new PAM for UVT 2011 offers significant technical enhancements.

PAM for UVT 2011 has been ported to a new GUI technology platform as well as a new database platform. The new version of PAM for UVT utilises the Microsoft .NET framework and runs on Microsoft SQL Server. In addition, PAM for UVT 2011 now contains an integrated reporting suite to provide customers with higher levels of reporting capabilities.

“The technical enhancements made to PAM for UVT 2011 improve the usability and scalability of the product. The new GUI employs the Microsoft Fluent User Interface common to the latest Microsoft Office suite. The new look and feel provides a more integrated navigation experience, one with which users will immediately be familiar. Our support for the Microsoft SQL Server platform brings with it the scalability and enterprise support that our marketplace demands. This is a major milestone in the evolution of the PAM for UVT product and we are very pleased to offer it to our clients.” commented Charlie Morris, Princeton Financial System’s chief technology officer.

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