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Portfolio BI named ‘Best OMS’ at the With Intelligence HFM US Service Awards 2022

Portfolio BI, a leading provider of front-to-back platform solutions for order management, portfolio management, data management, reporting, and public cloud services and support for the buy-side has announced its success as ‘Best OMS’ at the With Intelligence HFM US Service Awards, held in New York this week.
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September 15, 2022, New York, NY | Portfolio BI, a leading provider of front-to-back platform solutions for order management, portfolio management, data management, reporting, and public cloud services and support for the buy-side has announced its success as ‘Best OMS’ at the With Intelligence HFM US Service Awards, held in New York this week.

Sumit Mahajan, Managing Director, Head of Product and Client Services commented “As asset managers and hedge funds deal with market volatility, the buy side asset managers are looking for operational efficiency with eye towards growth.  Portfolio BI platforms meet these growing challenges. We are delighted and humbled to have been recognised by With Intelligence and have won the award for ‘Best OMS’ for 2022. This reflects not only the product success but also the product enhancements from past year, where we have been working with industry experts as we continue to innovate and prepared to tackle changing market demands along with regulatory headwinds. I’d also like to thank our clients who are our key partners in helping to continue to enhance the product.”

PBI OMS provides comprehensive order management functionality that supports all asset classes and investment strategies. Designed to handle the operational workflows associated with all asset types and fund structures, PBI OMS supports Portfolio Managers, Analysts, and Traders with everything from generating trade ideas, execution, and position management. Our single platform enables a straight-through processing for front-, mid-, and back-office to reduce errors, increase operational efficiency, and lower operational risks.

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