Trillium Software’s latest release of Trillium Software System reflects growing requirements for self-service data management across financial firms’ lines of business as well as the need for speed in handling greater volumes of data.
Version 14 of the software is available immediately and has been developed not only as a flexible tool for line of business use, but also to address data quality issues embedded in specific regulation such as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act that requires indicia to be correctly identified for accurate reporting.
Jon Asprey, vice president of strategic consulting and head of Trillium Software’s data quality for compliance practice, says: “The new release focuses on more flexible business rules, more integration with reporting tools and the ability to support greater data volumes. We wanted to make the software more scalable and amenable so that financial firms can undertake more complex analysis. Regulatory pressure increasingly requires insight into data across lines of business, so we have made improvements in how the software supports business managers who need to build their own capability to gain this insight and react quickly. Then there is the market challenge of performance and speed that we must always respond to.”
Asprey says the company is engaged in a lot of work with existing customers, but is also expanding its customer base that is strong in the US and Europe, and building in Asia and South America. Looking forward, Trillium will continue to develop support for increasing data volumes, interoperability between diverse platforms, the processing of both structured and unstructured data. Helping clients to meet regulatory requirements, it will also focus on data governance.