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Jeffrey Shoreman, Eze Software

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Eze Software sees strong performance in 2017

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Eze Software saw strong growth across its operations in 2017, with the company adding 278 new multi-asset clients across all major market regions during the year.

Additionally, 70 more clients expanded their use of Eze Investment Suite with one or more applications. Another 20 emerging investment managers adopted Eze Eclipse as their operations platform. Overall, nearly 60 start-up funds adopted Eze Software technology in 2017 to grow their investment offices as part of a unique partner cost management program.
 
Eze Software also launched Eze Eclipse, its born-in-the-cloud investment solution for the entire investment process.
 
“2017 was a very busy, successful year for Eze Software,” says Jeffrey Shoreman (pictured), President & CEO. “The challenging regulatory and trading environment created multiple opportunities for us to serve our clients through excellent service, workflow improvements, and innovation. We’re proud of the many enhancements we’ve made across our products to help our clients address their operational needs, and are excited to be working with our strong partner network to deliver top-of-the-line solutions for the investment community. We will continue to invest in our technology and talent as a market leader in the investment management technology space.”
 
Eze Software continued to invest in research & development in 2017, increasing capacity and speed, and kicking off a Zero Bugs initiative, which reduced software defects by more than 96 per cent.
 
Eze Software now counts eight of the 10 largest hedge funds in Asia-Pacific among its clients; in 2017 it added 20 clients ranging from start-up managers with less than USD50 million in AUM to multi-billion dollar institutional asset managers.

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