Fiera Capital Corporation will extend the use of Eagle Investment Systems' technology across its enterprise, after acquiring an existing customer of the vendor.
Fiera acquired Natcan Investment Management in April 2012, taking on the former National Bank of Canada subsidiary's relationship with Eagle in the process. In extending the deal, Fiera will use Eagle's data management and performance measurement systems, as well as its ACCESSSM secure private cloud.
"In all of our acquisitions, we look to create efficiencies and find cost-savings by leveraging the best providers and services available," says Robert Trépanier, senior vice president, Operations and Information Technology at Fiera Capital. "In Natcan's case, we saw an opportunity to apply its current data management and performance measurement solutions to our entire company, thereby reducing multi-vendor complexity and saving time and money. Our adoption of Eagle's software and migration to the cloud will enable us to establish a firm-wide, state-of-the-art technology solution that is secure, universal and will help us to integrate future acquisitions into our centralized platform much more easily and efficiently."
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