Sterci, a developer of service-oriented architecture (SOA) solutions for straight-through processing (STP), has opened an office in Toronto, Sterci Canada. The opening of this new subsidiary underlines Sterci’s strategy to become a global player for the financial community following the launch of the Singapore office in 2010 and the acquisition of the majority stake of Simplex Consulting in the UK in 2011. With the launch of a north American based office, Sterci now operates on four continents.
Sterci is now in a position to sell, implement, operate and support its suite of market leading solutions worldwide. Sterci’s Global Transaction Platform brings competitive advantage with the provision of innovative and reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) solutions in the areas of SWIFT connectivity and multi-networks messaging, data management and enterprise wide reconciliation. These solutions apply to banks, financial institutions, corporates and the securities industry.
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