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Digiterre upgrades dCRM platform

26 September 2012  |  595 views  |  0 Source: Digiterre

Digiterre, the leading provider of software solutions to the global investment management industry, today announces the launch date of the latest release of dCRM, which forms the core module of their new enhanced CRM platform, Communica.

The official launch date is October 2nd 2012. The new platform will be showcased at InvestHedge Forum in London on 2nd-3rd October and at the Absolute Return Symposium in New York on 1st-2nd November.

The Communica platform brings together an extensive range of product modules integrated with dCRM, including "Fund Flows" for analysing fund transactions and liquidity, "Tracker" which tracks and reports on emails sent, "Connect" the secure client extranet module and the "Mobile" module which delivers rich functionality to iPads, iPhones, Blackberry's, Android and Windows Mobile devices. Communica is built on the latest Microsoft CRM 2011 technologies which integrate fully with Outlook and the Microsoft Office Suite. Communica is a Cloud based solution, which is also available On-Premise for enterprise clients.

Communica has been engineered to meet the needs of Institutional and Alternative Investment firms, Allocators including Pension and Endowment Funds, and Service Providers including Fund Administrators and Prime Brokers. 

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