Why choose a vendor when you can have a partner?

By Russ Petrucci

It is nearing the tail end of Q1 and you’ve finally surfaced from the mountains of forms you had to submit to all the various regulatory bodies. It’s fresh in your mind what’s gone well and what hasn’t. Now you and your team must come together to start evaluating vendors who can make your life simpler next year.

Between attending trade shows, word of mouth, and Google searches, your team has come up with a list of 10 or so vendors who all roughly do the same thing. But which ones warrant taking the time to fully evaluate? After hearing pitch after pitch and sifting through flashy marketing materials, you wonder to yourself:

  •       Do any of these vendors have my interests in mind?
  •       Do they really understand my needs?
  •       Are they willing to partner with us to fill in any gaps?

Likely, you answered ‘no’ to one or more of these questions. This is when you and your team realize that you need a partner who carries the same values and principles. A partner by definition is, “a person(s) who takes part in an understanding with another or others, especially in a business or company”.¹

Welcome to the SS&C differentiator. For 30 years, SS&C has gone the extra mile to thoroughly understand the needs of insurers and investment managers. Today, we work with more than 500 insurance clients. We are committed partners and avid listeners who build and provide the solutions our partners ask for, including SS&C Global Gateway, our  simple-to-use tool that significantly reduces time spent preparing and filing month-end and year-end reports.

You speak and we listen. Enter a partnership that lifts the investment accounting, reporting, reconciliation, and analytics lifecycle burden off your shoulders. To learn how SS&C can partner with you, contact us at 1-800-234-0556 or solution@sscinc.com  for a demonstration of the Global Gateway and our middle- and back-office outsourcing services.


[¹] https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/partner

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