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WMS signs three to Lisa system

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WMS is pleased to announce that it has won three new contracts for its LISA® system, with an initial order value of £508,000 including the first years maintenance.

Two contracts are with The Standard Bank of South Africa and Thomas Miller Investments for LISA® Private Wealth Manager and LISA® Portfolio Manager respectively. The third contract is with Centro, The West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive, for LISA® Property Asset Management.

The Standard Bank of South Africa has purchased LISA® Private Wealth Manager for use by its private banking subsidiary in Johannesburg, where the software will be used to replace a local South African product. The software will support fund and client relationship managers.

Thomas Miller Investments is a subsidiary of the Thomas Miller Group. It is the largest global manager of mutual insurance companies, known as 'Clubs', for the shipping industry. Thomas Miller will use LISA® Portfolio Manager to manage the Clubs funds, which are primarily invested in fixed income investments.

Centro, will use LISA® Property Asset Management to manage all of its property portfolio.

Paul Newton, Chief Executive of Wealth Management Software said: "I am delighted to announce these three contracts which are in addition to a number of smaller orders from the NHS for cancer screening applications and from Broxbourne Council for our Estateman system. We are especially pleased to announce our first order from South Africa and we plan to extend our presence in this region."

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