Financial software company Misys has signed an agreement with tcmpartners as the first Latin American partner to join the Misys InFusion Partner Programme.
The latter, a consulting company with expertise in treasury and capital markets, joins Misys as a partner across Latin America, including Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru, as well as in European markets, that include Spain, Portugal, and Andorra.
tcmpartners assists financial institutions in areas such as regulatory requirements, system selection, customisations and implementation.
Misys regional sales manager for Latin America, Juan Gomez, said: “tcmpartners are a strong regional partner for us in Latin America.
“Their understanding of the specific market conditions combined with their detailed understanding of our business means they deliver value to the customer and Misys throughout the sales process and hit the ground running when it comes to implementation.”
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