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FTI joins forces with m.a partners for back office solutions

22 January 2003  |  5830 views  |  0 FTI joins forces with m.a partners for back office solutions

Financial Technologies International (FTI) is teaming with systems integration consultancy m.a partners in a bid to offer tier one banking clients streamlined and cost efficient back office solutions. The partnership will formally be announced at Finexpo 2003 where the companies will also introduce their StreetEnterprise suite of products, covering reference data management and corporate actions processing.

StreetEnterprise includes StreetBooks, a source of integrated financial data powered by a rules-based accounting engine, StreetActions for end-to-end corporate actions processing and StreetReference which cleanses and consolidates data into a reference data repository.

The multi-lingual, multi-currency package is based on the StreetModel standard for designing and building information architecture.

FTI and m.a partners will be on stand 29 at Finexpo 2003, Cabot Hall, Canary Wharf, London: www.finexpo.com

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