Aleri and Wall Street Systems (Wallstreet) have announced a partnership agreement in which Wallstreet will serve as a preferred distribution partner for Aleri’s Liquidity Management System (LMS). The partnership will extend the global reach of Aleri’s solution. “The Wallstreet/Aleri partnership is a strategic alliance for the financial services industry,” said Judson Murchie, an analyst with Aite Group. “If a financial institution is looking to provide its treasury group with a comprehensive, enterprise-wide liquidity management system, Aleri LMS fits the bill. The agreement between Aleri and Wallstreet will extend the global footprint of the solution through Wallstreet’s large distribution network, making it available to many of the world’s leading financial institutions.”
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