Gresham Computing has launched Clareti Transaction Control (CTC), a solution designed to provide financial institutions with real-time financial certainty in their transaction processing. The solution allows real-time, business-driven controls to be put in place as soon as a trade takes place, so that any errors can be identified and rectified from the start preventing potential discrepancies or loss events.
Clareti Transaction Control uses a grid based cloud computing architecture with a business rules engine developed by Gresham that allows users across the front, middle and back-office to put the appropriate controls in place using business terminology, rather than computing code.
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