FundWorks is pleased to announce that J.P. Morgan Asset Management UK (“J.P. Morgan”) has gone live with FundNets content management solution, part of FundWorks Client Communications Platform.
Following a market review, FundWorks was selected amidst strong competition to replace J.P. Morgan’s current web content management solution and provide the hosting and publishing mechanisms behind more than 30 websites and microsites for its UK asset management business. Key drivers for the project included cost savings; the reuse of content across departments; integration with a variety of data feeds to power a dynamic ‘fund explorer’ application; full document library capabilities and the controlled publishing of content through approval and compliance workflows.
Campbell Fleming, Head of J.P.Morgan Asset Management UK said, “A significant benefit of FundWorks is their technology solutions that cater for the specific parameters of the asset management community. Moreover, FundNets’ availability as a hybrid hosted / managed service gives us the option to manage our websites directly or via FundWorks’ support centre, which will result in a more responsive and dynamic web presence for our organisation and our clients.”
Simon Rose, Managing Director at FundWorks added, “We are extremely pleased to announce the addition of J.P. Morgan to our growing global customer base. The deployment of our platform for website delivery is an important first step towards the integrated client communications strategy which we are seeking to achieve for all of our customers”.
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