NRI's OMS Gets an Upgrade

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In Japan, institutional investors need to use different mutual fund and investment advisory operations accounting systems for execution process management. As a result, firms often build their own end-user computing (EUC) solutions. In order to alleviate this regional issue, SBA is Japan's first solution to enhance the execution management process for mutual fund and investment advisory operations by building connectivity between its T-STAR/TX and T-STAR/RX offerings, according to the vendor.

According to numbers from NRI, a foreign asset management firm using SBA was able to reduce 30 percent of its operational burden and reallocated 20 percent of resources to other operations.

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