RPMI Railpen has selected and implemented Opus Nebula’s Reporting as a Service solution for its client investment reports.
The Reporting as a Service solution replaces a legacy reporting system.
Railpen’s clients will now benefit from richer report content and shorter delivery times.
Railpen was advised in late 2015 that its existing reporting solution was being withdrawn at the end of 2016.
Opus Nebula’s Reporting as a Service offering enables faster, more cost-effective deployment than is possible with traditional client reporting system implementations.
Geoff Smith, IT programme manager at Railpen, says: “The speed and ease that Opus Nebula were able to on-board Railpen to their Reporting as a Service solution was very impressive. Implementation of a traditional buy and build model would simply not have been possible in the timeframe. However, despite being fast to deploy, there is no compromise on report flexibility and quality. Throughout the project Opus Nebula’s ongoing support and responsiveness was a significant factor in helping us to meet our deadlines. Opus Nebula has enabled Railpen to fully automate the reporting processes leading to significant improvement in the consistency and quality of reports, while simultaneously reducing process risk. We are now able to deliver a superior level of service to our clients with greater cost efficiency.”
Andrew Sherlock, director and co-founder of Opus Nebula, says: “We pride ourselves on the timeliness and cost-effectiveness of our Reporting as a Service solution and are pleased that the inherent characteristics of our model were able to help Railpen achieve their critical business deadline. We are delighted that Railpen has chosen and implemented our solution to revolutionise their client reporting and improve their client servicing. Powered by SimCorp Coric, a multi- award winning client reporting engine, Opus Nebula’s solution allows investment firms to offer a worldclass reporting service to their clients, in a shorter timescale, with fixed set-up costs and pay-peruse pricing for ongoing production.”