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Peterevans and IMTF team on content management

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Peterevans, leading solutions provider for financial services firms, today announced a partnership with IMTF, the specialist enterprise content management provider, to deliver more efficient content management and improved compliance within its xanite solution for the financial services industry.

The partnership with IMTF provides peterevans' securities and investment clients with enhanced universal document management capabilities enabling them to deal with high frequencies and large volumes of data in their administrative processes. IMTF's HYPERSUITE/5 solution gathers all client documentation and information from back-end systems, such as core banking and portfolio management, and creates coherent client dossiers available to the front office on demand.

HYPERSUITE/5 will be fully integrated within peterevans' xanite solution, which provides participants such as wealth managers, custodians, banks and private client stockbrokers with a multi currency, multi entity, web-based platform to manage their trade flow. xanite will also be available to IMTF clients who can take advantage of its flexible and functionally rich features.

In addition to enhancing content management processes, IMTF's HYPERSUITE/5 significantly enhances the speed of integral procedures for clients without compromising security.

Dr Mike Foley, CEO peterevans commented; "Partnering with a company such as IMTF brings additional capabilities to our xanite solution and promises to deliver real efficiencies to our growing client base. Many of our customers have complex accounts and IMTF's solution streamlines the content management procedure of even the most sophisticated processes".

Mark Buesser, CEO at IMTF added; "We're pleased to be partnering with a company with the values and vision of peterevans as we work together to bring mutual benefit and efficiencies to our clients. Content management is an ongoing and regulatory challenge for the financial services industry, and we're pleased to be bringing additional capabilities to peterevans and its sophisticated client base".

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