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KOGER enhances workflow management software

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KOGER has enhanced its workflow management software to provide the fund services sector with ‘complete functionality for document, business process and client contact management’.

KOGER says the workflow platform now offers process control and efficiency with full operational transparency, and facilitates participation in each process by fund customers and investors.
 
“We believe we have delivered a digital workflow platform for the fund services and asset management industry that delivers unparalleled reciprocal value.  Our workflow solution connects all elements of service delivery and creates a seamless customer experience,” says Ras Sipko (pictured), KOGER Chief Operating Officer. “The automation offered by our workflow platform allows financial firms to be more nimble, with enhanced operational efficiency, improved customer service, increased product and service innovation, and rapid execution of responses to challenges and opportunities.”
 
Founded in 1994, KOGER has provided financial services software solutions for more than 20 years.  KOGER’s technology for investor services, compliance and business process management supports more than 8,000 funds with USD2 trillion in assets.  The company works with fund service providers, financial institutions and global asset managers, including hedge funds, private equity funds, retail funds and pension funds. 

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