DTCC selects MetraTech billing and customer care product

Source: Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has selected MetraNet 6.0, MetraTech's innovative billing and customer care product, to support its expanding global portfolio of products and services, MetraTech announced today.

For its customers, DTCC services more than $1.88 quadrillion in securities transactions a year, which necessitates the use of highly complex discounting algorithms across equally complex customer account structures.

MetraNet's Dynamic Business Modeling capabilities will enable DTCC to focus on developing new products and expanding its customer base while achieving clear auditability across both new and existing offerings. MetraNet 6 will facilitate DTCC's delivery of world-class customer care by providing customers with timely and concise account summary information with the ability to easily drill into granular detail. DTCC's customers will also be able to configure and manage account data according to their own preferences and export it to a spreadsheet for further analysis. MetraNet will also help DTCC meet cost-saving, "green" objectives, by reducing the need for DTCC to produce paper invoices.

"As DTCC expands its product line, client base and geographic reach to serve our customers' needs, we need the technological tools to support our business objectives in an efficient, auditable and cost-effective way," said Anthony Savarese, Managing Director, Finance, for DTCC. "We believe MetraNet 6.0 will give us the flexibility and speed to adapt our billing, customer care and reporting capabilities to the evolving market demand."

"As one of the world's leading financial services infrastructure providers, DTCC handles extremely high-volume and complex transactions for a growing global base of customers," said Scott Swartz, Chief Executive Officer, MetraTech Corp. "We are delighted to help DTCC increase the efficiency and automation of workflows for existing offerings as well as quickly expand into new markets."

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