LONDON -- London-based Deutsche Asset Management (DAM) is due to go live early this year with the second instalment of its three-phase client reporting system upgrade. The firm launched the project at the start of 2000, as its then-disjointed client reporting system was costing time and resources.
"We found we had too many disparate reporting types," says Steve Needham, vice-president of IT client reporting at DAM. "With around 100 or so bespoke reporting pages and little or no standardisati
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