Sun Street Limited, the data management technology company, today announced that Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM) has implemented Curium DQM across its data management and investment operations teams in London and Chicago. In its first phase, Curium delivers to LGIM a process control platform to manage data quality over operational data sets, including reference and market data.
The adoption of Curium allows LGIM to meet key data governance objectives along with greater insight and visibility of data across the enterprise. The specialist business process management (BPM) tooling around data management, specifically exception and ticket management, complement existing capabilities.
Andrew Sexton, Sales and Marketing Director at Sun Street commented: ‘Naturally, we are delighted to add LGIM to the Curium client base. One of our key product messages is the ease and speed with which firms can introduce powerful BPM over the creation and quality management of data.” Sexton continued: “Recent surveys have highlighted the pressing need for firms to invest in data governance and, within that, data quality is often the most cited factor of concern. If firms can quickly improve their oversight of data, both in terms of mastering data and how it is consumed across the architecture, then a whole range of regulatory pressures and business risks can be minimised.”