Financial software provider Misys has signed an agreement with consulting business Global Market Solutions (GMS) to become a member of the InFusion Partner Programme.
GMS provides expertise in implementation and integration projects around financial software for a range of activities, including front-to-back office analysis, risk management, IT architecture and development.
“GMS has a pool of FusionCapital Summit experts located in Europe and is able to provide front-to-back process flow definition for the treasury and capital market products (as well as) extensive capability in delivering business solutions based on FusionCapital Summit and significant training expertise on FusionCapital Summit software,” said Misys.
“GMS also provides a complete solution covering all counterparty credit risk project streams, which addresses the weaknesses of existing credit value adjustment (CVA) implementations.”
Misys’ vice president, partners and ecosystem, Brian Gibson, added: “GMS has many years of experience in capital markets and risk management and a very deep knowledge of the Misys portfolio of solutions.
“We are delighted that (they) have joined the Misys InFusion Partner programme as we jointly drive our expanding businesses in France and across Europe.”
Misys and GMS have already started joint work on regulatory topics to offer additional solutions in the short term. “The partnership is definitively adding value to the summit customer community with the coordination and joint efforts from both companies’ resources and expertise,” said Misys.
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