SkyReport's interface builder can now be used to create import interfaces, in addition to export interfaces, without the need for scripts and coding.
SkySparc, the financial consulting firm, has further enhanced the functionality of its SkyReport platform to offer even greater flexibility and efficiency when building interfaces between different systems and data sets.
The newest release of SkyREPORT gives central banks, asset managers, financial institutions and corporate treasuries a cost-effective tool for transparent integration of their financial systems by building interfaces without the need for coding.
Finnish municipal pensions group Keva has signed for the SkySupport service to maintain its Wallstreet Suite installation and give it a complete package of assured availability and surveillance.
Pension Fennia, the pensions management arm of Finland's Fennia Group, has implemented SkyReport as part of a drive to improve automation of investment management reporting.
SkySparc, a financial consulting firm trusted by leading central banks, treasuries and asset managers worldwide, is strengthening its long-term business relationship with central banks and its local presence in the French market by appointing Stefano Michelangeli as senior financial consultant and engagement manager.
Migrating an acquired insurance company onto Wallstreet Suite hit efficiency for Finnish finance group Aktia.
SkySparc's SkyReport solution for advanced financial reporting and fully automated testing has been enhanced to allow central banks and government debt offices to regression test Swift messages between old and upgraded systems.
Nordic insurance company If P&C Insurance Holding has turned to SkySparc to help feed an enterprise-wide risk data warehouse that will help it demonstrate compliance with Solvency II regulations coming into force in 2013.
SkySparc's SkyReport solution for advanced financial reporting and fully automated testing has been enhanced to allow organisations to simplify the maintenance of hedge relations.
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