Australian fund manager BT Investment Management (BTIM) has selected Cadis to build its centralised data management platform.
“Cadis will act as an integration layer between us and external service providers. We achieved everything we set out to in the proof of concept and are looking forward to working with Cadis on implementation,” said Steven Longo, BTIM’s head of information technology.
“BTIM will be able to manage all the data management challenges between its front and back office systems and Cadis will provide the integration layer between BTIM and third party service providers,” added Mike Meaney, managing director, Cadis Asia-Pacific.
Cadis’ existing clients in the Asia-Pacific region include HSBC, Invesco and Aberdeen Asset Management.
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