XSP, a provider of automated corporate actions software, has launched a mobile application for corporate actions processing. Leveraging the customisable user interface technology behind XSP GO!, this mobile version offers clients ‘on-the-go’ access to corporate actions notifications and the functionality to process responses and elections.
Dan Retzer, managing director and chief technology officer (CTO) at XSP, said: “Technology evolves at a rapid pace and the rising mass adoption of increasingly powerful mobile devices drives the growing demand for intuitive, mobile applications. With the XSP GO! mobile application, clients can respond to a corporate actions event without the need to be tethered to a desktop.”
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