BoISS, a subsidiary of the Bank of Ireland, has been operating since the early 1990s and is now one of the largest fund administrators in Dublin, with $180 billion under custody and administration.
Having always built and hosted its technology in-house, the administrator had become constrained by its systems and started looking for a vendor-owned alternative.
"We needed to provide more extensive coverage of asset types and product structures, while also realising increases in operational effic
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