SS&C Advent Delivers the First Round of its Product Upgrades for Enterprises
FREMONT, CA: SS&C Technologies Holdings, a firm offering financial services software globally released its first round of product updates for organizations. The list of organizations includes Geneva, Advent Portfolio Exchange (APX), Moxy, Advent Rules Manager, Tamale RMS, Advent Revenue Center, and Tradex.
“Through continuous investment in the features, functionality, integrations, and emerging technologies, SS&C Advent continues to develop innovative upgrades that set our clients up for success, whether that’s reducing operational risk, increasing client satisfaction, or realizing efficiencies that help grow their businesses,” states Robert Roley, SVP Product and Client Experience, SS&C Advent.
With the latest release, Geneva is presented with a comprehensive expense management solution developed to automate the expense accrual process and organize the configuration of commonly used calculations. Aiming to master efficient operational techniques, the upgrades for APX include enhanced reporting and data management capabilities. The revamped reporting features will also offer the clients an opportunity to quickly address regulatory requirements such as the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD). Upgrades for the Moxy and Advent Rules Manager include enhanced workflow tools, new and updated connectivity locations, and data management.
For Tradex, SS&C Advent’s product upgrade incorporates configurable trade types, allowing the company to effectively manage transactions ranging from dividends to capital calls. The upgrade also minimizes the customization of workflows and relevant information for users. Each year, product suite enhancements are rolled out in April and October on a predictable and regular basis.
“More clients than ever are looking to take advantage of the latest features. They are turning to our Professional Services organization, SS&C’s team of experts, to successfully upgrade and enhance their client servicing capability and streamline internal workflows,” adds Roley.
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