Our Development Platform
PATH is the platform we use to build all of our solutions. Read more about how it works below, or get in touch to find out how PATH could help your business.
A Data Processing Powerhouse
PATH can do a lot of things, but its primary function is to allow data to flow freely between different sources. As firms get bigger, they start to integrate more services and applications to help run their business more smoothly. The problem is, getting these different services to communicate with one another can be a real hassle.
PATH is the perfect solution to this problem. We can use PATH to build your firm a bespoke data-management solution that allows all your in-house and third-party platforms to communicate with one another instantaneously, regardless of file format.
We’ve proven PATH’s effectiveness in the world of finance over the past two decades where it is often used for Straight Through Processing and Trade Lifecycle Management, but its applications are essentially endless.
Click the button below to find out how PATH could help your business.
What can PATH Do?
Below is a collection of just some of the things that PATH can do.
Process, sort and store extremely large volumes of data in any file format.
Data Source Integration
Communicate between different data sources with effective straight-through processing.
Reduced risk of human error and increased efficiency.
Compile data into reports with just a few clicks.
Our STP solutions have been used in the finance sector for over 2 decades
Automatically test for and diagnose inconsistencies in your data
All PATH solutions come with integrated reporting as standard. That means any data you process using PATH can be quickly and easily compiled into custom or preset reports with just a few clicks.
We wanted PATH to be a fully consolidated and integrated data management system, and accurate reporting is an important part of the data management process. To find out more about PATH’s reporting features, get in touch using the button below.
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