Swedish residential mortgage firm SBAB has renewed its support agreement with TradeTech Consulting, a provider of consulting services to the treasury, asset management and capital markets space. TradeTech will to continue supporting SBAB and their Wallstreet Suite (formerly Trema’s FinanceKIT) installation, providing application support through TradeTech Business Support and on-site resources.
SBAB has worked with TradeTech since 1998 and found them to be a flexible and reliable partner.
“TradeTech were part of SBAB’s initial Wallstreet Suite/FinanceKIT installation team and have helped us integrate the solution into our existing infrastructure. Their main focus has been the technical aspects of FinanceKIT but given that our installation is Oracle-based, TradeTech’s Oracle expertise has been of great value to us as we continuously develop and streamline our use of FinanceKIT,” said Anette Hemberg, system specialist at SBAB.
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