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Principal Global Investors Implements CADIS in 11 Weeks

Cadis Software, formerly Citadel Associates, the provider of enterprise data management (EDM) systems specifically targeting the buy side, says Principal Global Investors has gone live with the Cadis EDM suite, after an implementation taking just 11 weeks. This follows the announcement late last year that the investment manager had selected the solution.

The data management platform enables Principal Global Investors to more effectively manage its security data, according to the vendor.

Cadis Software is putting considerable focus on further reducing the implementation time for its solution, it says, via an ongoing programme to package up the plug-ins to other third-party systems commonly used by buy side firms.

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