SkySparc has released a new version of SkyReport that gives central banks, asset managers, financial institutions and corporate treasuries a cost-effective tool for transparent integration of their financial systems by building interfaces without the need for coding.
Working with Wallstreet Suite and surrounding systems, SkyReport now gives business users the ability to easily prototype to ensure correct data set usage, and IT staff the tool to format the output and deploy the interface.
“Interface development has traditionally been very time consuming and costly, particularly when specifications are changing or when upgrading the core system” said Thomas Bergqvist, partner, SkySparc. “We have listened to our users and continue to expand SkyReport beyond reporting to give our clients a versatile platform for processing and integration of financial systems.”
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