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Misys simplifies and consolidates its offering under four new solution lines

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Introducing FusionBanking, FusionCapital, FusionInvest and FusionRisk under a common brand and modular software architecture

Misys, which provides the broadest portfolio of financial services software on the market, has simplified its offerings and launched a new set of solutions under a common architecture. Misys unveiled a range of new open componentised software at its European, Middle East and African Market Forum in Barcelona this week.

Misys has transformed the way it develops software, focusing on customers’ needs, using a componentised approach. The new family of software is underpinned by a unique modular, open architecture, called FusionFabric. This high-performance architecture leverages the latest distributed computing technologies for speed and agility. It enables financial services organisations to integrate Misys software easily with third-party or bank-built systems and services and access them from any device.

The Fusion software family includes four solution lines:

  • Misys FusionBanking – a comprehensive portfolio of integrated solutions for retail, commercial and business banking, and corporate treasury solutions. It includes the brand new Misys FusionBanking Essence, the complete core banking system giving a 360-degree customer view to enable deeper customer insight.
  • Misys FusionCapital – the ultimate componentised trading platform for cross-asset trading, valuation, simulation and regulatory reporting. With a Global Back Office component to consolidate multiple back-end systems, and a common user interface across multiple front- and back-office systems, FusionCapital helps financial institutions streamline operations and lowers total cost of ownership.
  • Misys FusionInvest – a powerful cross-asset portfolio and risk management software solution providing a consolidated view of positions and assets. Pre-trade control with full visibility and auditing of every position enables investment management firms to stay ahead of the competition.
  • Misys FusionRisk – a fully integrated suite of market, credit and liquidity risk solutions, giving transparency across all risk systems and a holistic view across both banking and trading books. Fast intra-day risk analysis via FusionRisk Insight, which is available on mobile and tablet, enables risk managers to make better decisions based on the latest risk information.

“Our Fusion portfolio fundamentally changes the way banks and financial institutions can protect their IT investments and drive future growth,” states Nadeem Syed, CEO of Misys. “We have developed a set of innovative, integrated solutions that drive performance and profits for our clients. Banks do not need to rip out existing systems, but can select the appropriate components to enable them to gain competitive advantage. With a laser focus on meeting the needs of our customers, we have ensured our open, modular and scalable solutions reduce costs, increase speed to market and improve customer experience.”

Misys is the trusted partner to more than 2,000 banks and financial institutions. The new solutions help consolidate the application landscape and improve efficiency and costs. They deliver insight and intelligence to financial services organisations, enabling them to make more informed business decisions and increase profitable growth.

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