Linedata Launches New Solution for Financial Institutions
The companyâ€™s new flagship global front-to-back lending and asset finance solution helps companies to optimise contract management. It offers a 360-degree graphical view of the contract as well as full history and behavioural data. This ensures consistent communications with the clients from first proposal to contract termination.
Integration of front-to-back office can be increased by Ekip360. It offers a single workstation to manage new and existing contracts.
Ekip 360 runs on a Unix platform, is based on a service oriented architecture and employs rich internet applications in its new user interfaces. It is modular and easy to integrate with a companyâ€™s existing CRM and peripheral systems.
Alain Mattei, COO of the leasing and credit activity for Linedata, said: â€œIn Europe, the lending and asset finance industry is focused on managing risk both on the commercial and customer side. In other parts of the world, however, such as Asia or Latin America, the market is experiencing rapid growth, and companies are interested in reducing time to market and making decisions more efficiently.
â€œLinedata Ekip360 has unparalleled functionality and combines all types of leasing and loan contracts in one software package that can scale up to support a companyâ€™s growth whether it pursues a geographical or product growth strategy.â€
Linedata Ekip is deployed in 25 countries and serves over 100 clients and can manage up to 12 million contracts.
In April 2011, Linedata has launched Trader+, a new trading platform which incorporates not only advanced trading tools with execution management features, but also includes pre-trade compliance, commission management, integrated pre-, intra- and post-day TCA, full trade history, streaming market data and global connectivity to over 400 brokers all in one seamless solution.
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