Enfusion, a global leader in native cloud-based investment management technology software and services, announced that it has been recognized as the “Best Institutional Investment Solution” in the Fifth Annual FinTech Breakthrough awards. The Fintech Breakthrough awards recognize the top companies, products, and solutions that drive innovation and exemplify the best in fintech across the globe.
The prestigious accolade recognizes the impact that Enfusion’s cloud-native technology and managed service offering has had on global institutional asset managers, particularly in scaling enterprise-wide efficiencies and unifying business operations for timely and confident decision making.
As investment managers continue to shift away from outdated technology systems in a post-pandemic environment, Enfusion has remained focused on providing innovative software and services to meet clients’ evolving operational and data needs. Currently, asset managers around the world utilize Enfusion’s seamless front-to-back office offering to simplify their workflows, reduce their technology footprints, and unify their data, ultimately allowing them to focus on productivity and investment decision-making.
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“We are thrilled for this recognition as more and more institutional investment managers, across a broad array of strategies internationally, are taking advantage of our differentiated approach,” said Thomas Kim, CEO of Enfusion. “Our fundamental differentiator lies in our ability to unify an organization on one system and on a single dataset, providing a centralized real-time view, enabling teams across the enterprise to make timely decisions. Our synchronized approach across the investment management lifecycle continues to set us apart and underscores our mission of helping to solve the asset management industry’s most complex and evolving challenges.”
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