Infosys Technologies has launched Finacle Treasury-in-a-Box, a rapid implementation framework for an integrated front, middle and back office treasury system.
Built on best-of-breed open technology platforms, providing high scalability, flexibility and straight-through processing (STP) capability, Treasury-in-a-Box allows banks to get started with minimum scoping effort and leverage an extensive menu of features, interfaces and functionalities. It supports a wide range of financial products and their derivatives in foreign exchange (FX), money markets, fixed income and equities.
Haragopal Mangipudi, global head – Finacle, Infosys Technologies, said: “With Finacle Treasury-in-a-Box, banks have a viable alternative in an easy-to-use, innovative solution that grows with evolving requirements. Rapid implementation with controlled spending is of essence since banks can select the functions that matter the most. Time to market advantage is critical for any successful implementation and Finacle Treasury-in-a-Box is designed to help our clients reap this benefit.”
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