SS&C Deliver 2017 Announcement Roundup

By Jen Molgano and Kendall Reischl

High Angle View Of River Amidst Modern Buildings In City

Back from our annual conference, SS&C Deliver, we’re excited and energized after seeing our clients, engaging in sessions and panels, and enjoying the ‘Windy City’.   We shared several big announcements during our time in Chicago. Read on in case you missed them. Continue reading

A new era of operations and technology for insurers

By Elena Kulakovska

man looking up at a glowing blue 3D cube

In today’s low-yield environment, quests for higher returns are making insurers’ portfolios more complex. Firms are investing globally and diversifying their mix of assets, and the accounting of the investments in these non-traditional asset classes is increasingly difficult. Spreadsheets and conventional systems limit the accounting and reporting capabilities, so many insurance companies are turning to outsourcing models.

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Construction lending and servicing: What’s the right technology?

By Bishal Thapa

Effectively managing the complexities of construction loans can be challenging for lenders and servicers. Whether you are tracking all sources and uses of funds, reconciling your budgets, managing inspections, or reporting on the project, a real-time, automated technology solution is critical for success. Continue reading

Countdown to Asia’s leading Investment Management Technology Summit: Will China be a game changer?

By Rainer Fuchsluger

It’s just under a week until the SS&C Investment Management Summit 2017 Asia. Returning to Hong Kong on August 24th, the Summit brings together asset managers, wealth managers, and insurance and government agency executives.

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SS&C Deliver 2017: panels and presentations for insurers

By Jen Molgano

Getting excited for SS&C Deliver 2017? It’s right around the corner starting September 12th through the 14th at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago. We have a full agenda for our insurance clients this year centered on key trends in the industry to watch out and prepare for, updates and enhancements to our insurance solutions, and special announcements.  Here is just a sampling of sessions to sign up for.

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All systems go! Attending IASA 2017

By Jen Molgano

Amidst 1,000 attendees and key players in the insurance space, we were thrilled to showcase the SS&C booth, catch-up with our clients, and meet new people at IASA 2017. We had an enjoyable, busy three days at the event—hosting a raffle for two tickets to Universal Studios, leading two vendor connect tours, moderating the Chief Investment Officer Roundtable, and kicking off our insurance survey.

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The flexibility of eLearning

By Adam Hall

Some professional designations have highly rigorous continuing education programs. They may have strict requirements about the type of training that qualifies, and carry out regular audits of their members to ensure requirements are being met.

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The challenge of complexity: The impact of corporate actions processing, part 3

By Tongjai Lertphaisan

Do you regularly miss deadlines? Are your systems manual and error-prone? Are you looking for ways to improve your firm’s corporate action processing?

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The many benefits of tax process automation

By John Pavlakis

In an increasingly complex business world, the benefits of tax process automation have been known for some time. Automating a tax process increases compliance accuracy, efficiency, collaboration, and transparency. It also mitigates undue burdens on personnel, frees up time for greater data analysis, and allows for a more sustainable tax platform.

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The leaders within your ranks

By Adam Hall

Building a culture of effective leadership is not easy, and involves a multi-pronged approach. Hosting a leadership seminar once or twice a year is not enough to guarantee success.  To attain long-term success, you need to weave in the search for great leaders throughout the fabric of your organization.

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