The financial software company Misys has announced that tcmpartners will be the first Latin American company to join its InFusion Partner Programme.
The move looks to strengthen Misy’s presence across the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking world, and to better understand the needs of its customers in these locations. Tcmpartners, a consultancy firm that specialises in Treasury and Capital Markets, has offices in Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru, as well as Spain, Portugal and Andorra.
In a statement, Juan Gomez, Misys’ Regional Sales Manager for Latin America, described the firm as a “strong regional partner,” saying: “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.”
“We are delighted to be partnering with Misys, who are a respected leader in the global financial software market,” added Rafael Sainz, Senior Company Officer at tcmpartners. “We know that our expertise in applications software and our understanding of the Latin American markets will complement their capabilities and help increase our combined reach in the region.”
Misys sells financial software relating to banking, capital markets, investment management and risk solutions in 130 companies worldwide. It has a long running relationship with tcmpartners, which works with financial institutions to address issues such as regulatory requirements, system selection, customisations and implementation.
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