Rhyme Systems has launched its new product, rhymeSIGHT, which provides a single environment and experience for a wide range of asset management user communities. According to Rhyme, it acts as a catalyst, enabling asset managers to service more funds and more customers, and meets the needs of a breadth of asset management services, including discretionary and advisory portfolios. RhymeSIGHT is built around a single core database that supports front and back office operations, including a new asset management platform delivering full front-to-back support for firms across the investment management industry; and front office capabilities driven directly from the same central database that supports the entire asset servicing and accounting process.
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