Asset Control has launched AC SmartFeed, an entry-level version of Asset Control technology, to reduce the costs and time associated with implementing a major vendor feed. The solution provides data enrichment, storage and distribution, according to Asset Control. AC SmartFeed supports data-consuming operations such as risk, trading room, asset management and STP/security master. AC SmartFeed can be configured to reflect the data categories in the vendor feed – i.e. time series, reference and corporate actions data. The basic package also includes AC Desktop for browsing, queries and manipulation of the data, as well as the Java API to connect downstream applications, according to the company.
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