More NewsSummit Version 3.3 Continues Focus On New STP, Web, Trading, And Technology Capabilities

Summit Version 3.3 Continues Focus On New STP, Web, Trading, And Technology Capabilities

Summit Systems has launched a new version of its transaction processing modules, with continuing emphasis on STP, Web-based trading, and technology infrastructure. The firm says version 3.3 delivers ‘major advances’ in end-to-end transaction automation along with evolutionary improvements in trading functionality and risk management. Summit provides front-to-back transaction processing support for fixed income, treasury, derivatives and commercial lending businesses. It provides integrated trading, operations and enterprise risk management software to banks, financial institutions, and capital markets participants worldwide. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Misys, plc, the banking software solutions supplier.

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