Gresham CTC named Best Reconciliation Solution

London - 23 May 2014

FTF News recognises Gresham Computing’s commitment to innovation 

Gresham Computing plc, a leading provider of matching and reconciliation transaction control solutions to international financial institutions and corporates, has been presented with the award for Best Reconciliation Solution at the FTF News Technology Innovation Awards. Gresham’s Clareti Transaction Control solution (CTC) was voted number one in its field by FTF News readers.

The awards aim to celebrate firms that have made significant achievements in operational excellence over the past year. When voting, participants were asked to consider the flexibility, completeness, ease-of-use and innovative features of the reconciliation solution. The win reflects the rapid uptake of Gresham CTC, with the firm’s client base growing significantly in 2014.

“There was stiff competition in this category so we’re pleased to have come out on top,” said Chris Errington, CEO, Gresham Computing. “The fact that this award is voted for by our customers, prospects and peers is the icing on the cake. It shows that the industry recognises the importance of having real-time controls in place to mitigate risk and remain compliant.”

“It was a very competitive and record-breaking awards season this year from the nominations process to the close of voting. We had more than 12,000 qualified industry participants involved in the process,” said Maureen Lowe, founder and president of FTF. “It’s a clear demonstration of how important and highly regarded the financial technology service, systems and software providers are to their clients and peers. We congratulate all the winners for achieving the highest form of excellence in their respective categories and we look forward to celebrating on June 16th aboard the Hornblower Infinity yacht.”

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