Noble Asset Managers extends SunGard ePal contract
08 May 2003 | 3270 views | 0
Scotland-based Noble Asset Managers (Nam) has extended its service contract with SunGard Investment Management Systems for the ASP-based private client investment management package, ePal.
SunGard's ePal provides private client administration services to stockbrokers and fund managers in the UK and incorporates a reporting package covering portfolio movements and activities, including performance reporting and valuations.
NAM migrated to ePal in October 2000 and says the extended contract will enable it to continue to improve its premium service and provide its private clients, trust and pension funds with a high level of reporting via the Web.
In addition to the contract extension, the firm has subscribed to SunGard's Portfolio Internet Managed Service (Pims), which provides for secure Web publishing of private client data. NAM says early feed-back from clients and intermediaries on the Pims service has been extremely encouraging.
The vendor says Pims and ePal can be run independently or as an integrated service.