With iPM Cloud, each Indata client has a private environment with hardware security and physical infrastructure security built in.
In addition, with Indataâ€™s proprietary model, data and infrastructure delivered via iPM can be accessed from anywhere and can rapidly scale with each clients ongoing needs.
With Indataâ€™s cloud architecture, time to production is reduced and hardware maintenance and networking requirements and costs on the client side are eliminated allowing investment managers to focus on managing assets and not running technology overhead.
David Csiki, managing director of Indata, said: â€œVia iPM Cloud we are able to implement new clients at a highly accelerated pace and our current implementation turnaround times and costs are already among the most competitive in the industry. As far as we can see, iPM Cloud is completely unique. Unlike other hosted or SaaS solutions available today, client data is not comingled offering investment management firms an added level of security and portability.â€
Cloud computing, where data and software is stored on servers and accessed via the internet, provides a number of advantages for money management firms including significant cost savings in the area of IT, built-in disaster recovery, instant scalability, as well as faster time to market over the more conventional hosted or SaaS approaches typically used.
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