Finacle from Infosys has joined the Fincad Alliance Programme, enabling Infosys to access Fincad’s derivatives analytics library for its Finacle treasury solution.
The Finacle treasury solution is a modular, front, middle and back-office solution built on open technology platforms, providing high scalability, flexibility and straight-through processing (STP) capability. Infosys chose to certify its Finacle treasury solution with Fincad Analytics to offer its clients built-in pricing using industry-standard analytics, thereby enhancing the valuation and risk capabilities of its solution.
“Our use of Fincad’s analytics library in Finacle treasury allows us to enhance our derivatives valuation capability quickly, enabling us to be more responsive to the market,” said Sanat Rao, vice president, head worldwide business development and alliances – Finacle, Infosys. “We selected Fincad as it offers industry-standard analytics and because it is an established player in the derivatives analytics market.”
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