End-user recognition rewards Misys Asset Management Systems
with three awards
London, 15 April 2003 - Misys Asset Management Systems Ltd, a global solution provider for the asset management community, won three awards at the recent Securities Industry Software Awards, held at the House of Lords, on 11 April 2003. The company was rewarded the 'Richest Functionality' Award, while sales team members - Shaun Crowley and Rob Sussens - tied 'Best Sales Person / Account Manager'.
The 'Richest Functionality' Award is a direct result of the performances
delivered by its Apollo, Quasar and Fiscal solutions that focus on investment processes and operations within the institutional and private wealth asset management sectors.
The awards were organised by specialist securities industry support company
Summerson Goodacre and sponsored by the London Stock Exchange. Awards were
allocated by votes cast by customer system users and management - before
being examined by a panel of independent industry professionals. Over 50
companies were nominated for 2003 and this year's edition received the highest level of votes since the ceremony began four years ago. The category for 'Best Sales Person /Account Manager' attracted a high number of votes with 14 individuals making it to the final stage
Chris Potts, CEO, Misys Asset Management Systems, says: " We are honoured by
this recognition for our products and commitment to customer service/account
management by end users. Our increased focus on customer service and in
research and development over the last two or so years is now being
acknowledged and we are pleased to see a direct reward of this investment.
This is without doubt a clear indication that we are on the right path."
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