SunGard has released version 4.1 of referencePoint, its global enterprise data management solution to create and control enterprise-wide reference and market data. The company says the new version provides performance enhancements and additional flexibility within referencePoint’s configuration and workbench tools, reporting, and historical data archives. It is also designed to simplify new database set-up, administration and navigation throughout the data hierarchy. SunGard also claims that the update will provide users with improved features for identifying exceptions and problems, and includes new reports on multiple data sets. Version 4.1 also allows data across sources to be normalized onto a common model, and introduces an intelligent matching engine and workflow environment for supporting consolidation across sources.
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