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SS&C rolls out improved mobility, voice recognition apps for administration clients

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

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William C. Stone
Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York:

SS&C GlobeOp, a Connecticut-based independent fund administrator rolled out enhancements to its current service offering to clients and members of the press today at an event in New York. SS&C GlobeOp has rapidly expanded its fund services through several notable acquisitions including GlobeOp, Hedgematrix, and Gravity Financial. The company currently has $435bn in assets under administration. In addition to existing offerings focused on Form PF, performance, client reporting, and middle office, the company will now be offering a mobile version of its client portal for iPad and mobile devices. The mobile solutions also include voice recognition tools allowing for hands free access.

"Mobility is a productivity enhancer, it allows you to make trading decisions away from your desk and maintain control," explains Bill Stone, Chairman and CEO of SS&C GlobeOp, in an interview with Opalesque. "The security capabilities on iPad and mobile devices are improving and with our cloud-based infrastructure weve been able to find ways to provide secure remote access."

According to Stone, the voice recognition application is currently in a closed beta, and will be available for general release within the coming months. "We have pioneered in the mobile space in terms of the level of functionality we are able to offer, and we plan to continue throwing dollars after it, mobile is here to stay."

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