03 August 2015

German management consultancy firm Zeb taps DataArt to upgrade risk tech

22 July 2014  |  1546 views  |  0 Source: DataArt

DataArt, a custom software development partner for the financial services and other select industries, and German-based management consultant zeb, today announced they have successfully completed a new release of zeb's risk and portfolio management system.

The customizable system optimizes the middle office of Pan-European financial service firms. The development project took seven months to complete. Using the 'elastic IT' approach to software development, DataArt gave zeb the ability to scale up and down its team in a flexible manner, employing both integrated in-house and stand-alone development teams.

Jürgen Hübner, Technical Director, zeb, comments: "In today's economy with constantly rising cost pressure, the challenge is to deliver high-quality software in an efficient and flexible manner. As a financial services specialist, DataArt provides zeb with the ability to deliver highly-specialist software solutions, with a team that can expand and contract as the needs arise. This 'elastic IT' framework is financially beneficial for the end-client and us - but it only works when you have the right partner that integrates with your team effectively and seamlessly. DataArt excels throughout."

Alexander Makeyenkov, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets, DataArt, comments: "DataArt's long-term technical and domain expertise across the capital markets, including asset management, risk management and portfolio management made us ideally suited to work with zeb on this project. One of DataArt's core strengths is its ability to customize the development process, and in so doing, maintain best practices and ensure the seamless integration with the client's existing technology environment. Our near-shore teams of technologists ease the product development and project management processes and shorten time-to-market for our clients."

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