Algorithmics has enhanced the customisation capability of its Algo Risk Service, a hosted risk management, portfolio analytics and decision support tool, by adding eight new service extensions.
Unlike standard application service provider (ASP) services, the solution is a managed service that has a dedicated client environment that offers the configuration flexibility normally associated with an in-house deployment. These are optional service extensions that complement and augment the solution, enhancing its functionality and offering clients the flexibility to customise the service even further.
Algo Risk Service extensions provide access to a range of advanced data management, optimisation, analysis and reporting tools, managed and supported by Algorithmics’ financial engineers and risk practitioners, in an environment uniquely customised to each client’s specific business requirements.
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