Thomson Reuters has launched Portia Centre, which gives system administrators consolidated access to data to manage and track metrics, performance and processes across their operations.
The system provides administrators with a single console to manage and monitor their daily activities such as imports, exports, report batches and performance history, as well as to track critical technical data, system health and performance.
Developed with input from current Portia clients, the multi-currency and cross-asset global solution includes an intuitive user interface that allows administrators to create, schedule and track system-wide tasks, processes and activities, according to Thomson Reuters officials.
Within the console users can create and schedule jobs, ensure pricing imports and valuation procedures are occurring as expected, and confirm jobs have been completed on time. If a problem is encountered, the console provides prompt feedback so issues can be addressed and system problems can be avoided.
Portia Centre also gives users the flexibility to choose their deployment model, from on-site installation to hosted or fully outsourced.
Christy Bremner, global managing director of Portia, says Portia Centre was designed to provide an easy-to-access, consolidated view that gives users the insight they need to streamline operations and reduce risk.
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