Confluence Completes StatPro Integration, With Cloud Push on Horizon

The combined entity is pushing toward becoming a fully cloud-native, cloud-enabled platform.


Confluence, headquartered in Pittsburgh, has completed the initial tech integration of London-based StatPro, which it acquired last October. Next up for the combined entity—which will operate under the Confluence moniker—will be an expansion of its offerings and client base in three targeted areas: risk analytics, performance measurement, and regulatory reporting.

But the larger goal, says Todd Moyer, Confluence president and chief operating officer, is to become a fully cloud-native and cloud

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