Calypso launches centre of excellence for integration and consolidation

Source: Calypso

Calypso Technology, Inc., the leader in financial markets software solutions, is launching a new Center of Excellence for Integration and Consolidation in response to growing demand from potential and existing clients to consolidate their technology footprint.

The firm will enhance its pre-implementation, testing and post-implementation support services - with a focus on the needs of consolidation projects - in order to reduce associated time, costs and risks.

Calypso was designed and built as a single cross-asset front-to-back system, making it an ideal platform for consolidation, simplification and growth.

“Customers of Calypso can reduce their total number of systems in use; simplify their architecture, streamline processes and improve efficiency, while lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO),” states Keith O’Brien, SVP, Professional Services at Calypso Technology. “Many firms are interested in consolidation, but are concerned that the implementation effort required to replace multiple legacy systems carries great risk. With our new service, we help customers achieve their technical and economic goals,” Mr. O’Brien continues.

Calypso’s integration and consolidation services have been developed from the best practices gleaned from years of experience working with leading capital markets firms that have lowered cost and increased efficiency by consolidating their systems on Calypso.

“Calypso is investing in our customers’ success. Our integration and consolidation services are designed to empower clients with a blueprint and approach for managing complex business transformations. Our vision is to provide customers with an unparalleled user experience end-to-end - from initial engagement, through implementation, ongoing customer support and even choice of software delivery models,” says Charles Marston, Chairman and CEO of Calypso Technology.
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