View more on these topics

New package to tackle data management problems

Technology specialists Marsh Data Engineering is launching a new software solution package to deal with the data management problems encountered in financial services.


The package called Savoir cross references large volumes of data, integrating fragmented data stores as a single and consistent resource.


The software can be used by IFAs to cross check leads for compliance purposes.


It can be used for spreadsheets, charts and standard reports allowing data to be tailored to answer specific questions.


Marsh Data Engineering&#39s Jack Marsh says: “Companies need to access every available scrap of data to identify and exploit opportunities for increased profitability.”

Recommended

CGU threatens pull-out of Gartmore race

CGU is threatening to pull out of the race to buy Gartmore because the asking price is too high.The fund manager was originally estimated to be worth about £550m but the valuation has risen dramatically to £900m.Old Mutual, whose bid of around £550 m for Gartmore was thought too low, said this month that it […]

CAPITAL ALLOWANCES

Small businesses that invest in Information and Communication Technology equipment (computers, software and internet-enabled mobile phones) over the three years from 1 April 2000 will be able to claim 100% first year capital allowances, thereby getting immediate relief on the whole cost of their investment.

Nationwide brings web to branch customers

Nationwide Building Society is to install 250 Internet terminals in branches across the country by the end of May.Customers can use the terminals during branch opening hours to connect free to Nationwide&#39s internet banking service.They will be able to carry out transactions such as managing their current and savings accounts, paying bills, setting up standing […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment