dbs Financial Systems Ltd have announced the launch of dbsDealManager DM3, a comprehensive multi-user treasury system which supports all areas of front and back office activity.
Built on the success of the previous version installed at several sites across Africa, Europe and the Middle East, DM3 offers a comprehensive list of features that include:
Â· Full support for Foreign Exchange, Money Market, and Off-Balance sheet instruments.
Â· Comprehensive position keeping
Â· Extensive Management Information
Â· Ease of use for the dealer
Â· Functionality adaptable to the organisationâs requirements
Â· Reuters Dealing, SWIFT, and Back Office integration
Â· Straightforward installation
Â· Industry standard technology
Speaking at the launch of the new system, Andy Blackburn, dbs Technical Director said, "Although DM3 is regarded as particularly applicable to small and middle-sized dealing rooms, it has been designed to be fully scalable and is therefore ideal for new or growing treasury operations."
DM3 also offers significant benefits in terms of the time taken to get up and running. "We have worked happily with internal IT departments and are familiar with the implications of worldwide rollout on a number of sites", remarked Blackburn. "Unlike many treasury systems, we have a proven track record of installing, training staff and implementing our system to go live in around 2 weeks."
Such a claim is praise indeed and backs up the reputation dbs has for designing reliable and intuitive systems. In fact, dbs are so assured of these factors that they have found the level of support needed for clients located worldwide can been achieved without the need for local offices.
Founded in 1983, dbs has enjoyed a long history of developing successful software systems for leading international organisations and have quietly achieved a high level of excellence, installing systems across the world. Their strong commitment to customer service and system reliability is a direct result of these worldwide deployments.
"The secret of our success is simple", commented Daryl Walmsley, Managing Director at dbs. "Customer service and satisfaction are at the top of our list of priorities. It is crazy to design a system to meet the complex needs of a treasury operation based on our understanding alone. Yet many developers do just that. However, the new features our system design team have included in DM3 are as a direct result of listening closely to customer feedback. Our emphasis is to always work with our customers to provide the best solution for our customers."