Vermilion are very pleased to announce that Pioneer Investments, a leading innovator in the investment management industry, has gone live with Vermilion Reporting Suite ("VRS") for its Institutional client reporting in its Dublin offices, increasing the number of sites using the VRS solution within Pioneer to three.
Following successful roll outs of the solution in Boston and Milan, Pioneer Investments are utilising VRS for their investment management institutional client communications in Dublin.
Paul Price, Global Head of Institutional Business, Pioneer Investments said, "We think it is very important to use a technology partner who are specialists in the field and Vermillion Software offers a comprehensive solution designed to meet the client reporting needs. After the success of the first two implementations, we are very happy with the completion of the third instance of VRS in Dublin. Our institutional reporting process now boasts accuracy, efficiency and timeliness as a direct result of VRS."
Commenting on the implementation, Alan Beer, Vermillion's Implementations and Operations Director said, "This latest achievement confirms that VRS is a highly scalable and flexible solution that delivers the sophistication and user-friendly client reporting that our clients demand -promoting efficiencies on a truly global scale. With implementations for the Boston and Milan offices, and now Dublin - Pioneer Investments are continuing to reap the rewards of a consolidated reporting platform."
Vermilion's Sales Director Simon Cornwell said, "Pioneer Investments is following its strategy of selecting the best of breed client communication and reporting package and increasing the number of global implementations of VRS. This latest go live perfectly defines the power and scope of the product; able to produce one or thousands of reports simultaneously, and tailored to meet the needs of both the user and their clients. Our global presence within Pioneer Investments further enhances our position at the forefront of client communication."