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EFutures increases financial software service portfolio


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EFutures, a leading provider of software and web solutions and IT consultancy services in Sri Lanka increased its financial service product offerings to international clients. Products such as equity solutions, remittance solutions, assets management solutions and online banking solutions are included amongst its financial solution portfolio.

According to Rishen Fernando, EFutures have expanded its financial solution offerings to international clients with the experience it has gained from providing financial solutions to its Sri Lankan clients.
The services provided by the company includes requirement analysis & researching for innovative features, user interface & workflow design, system architecture design & implementation, implementation of high quality assurance standards and ongoing maintenance of solutions.
EFutures have expanded its equity solutions to international clients with the experience it has gained in providing the solution to the Colombo Stock Exchange. The equity solutions include features such as live feed for real time market data, interactive graphs, trade history, stock portfolio management, market analytics, top gainer/loser information and company profiles.
The e-Remittance solution developed using the latest in technology includes key features such as tracking remittances, high security, multiple foreign currency support, high user friendliness, periodic accounts statement generation and tracking all user operations. National Savings Bank, a premier Government bank in Sri Lanka has deployed the e-Remittance solution to manage their inward remittances.
“Among the main products provided by the organisation its assets management solution takes a prominent place,” noted Prashan Nagendra, Director.
The solution has been provided to several leading Wall Street firms. Support for risk/alpha based optimisation, powerful tax efficient optimisation capabilities, rebalance using gain/loss trading rules, rule-based/risk-based theory development, advanced reporting for desktop/web application and support for overlay account management are some of the features facilitated in the solution.
Amongst the services provided to the clients include customisation of standard product to meet client requirements, optimisation & management of databases, development & integration of analytical tools, building multi-tier multi-platform applications and system architecture design & implementation for new product development.
The online banking solution allows conducting financial transactions on a secure environment. Solution include features and capabilities such as performing financial transactions, payments to third parties, funds transfers, loan applications and viewing recent transaction related information.
Nagendra furthered explained that EFutures ensures that strict guidelines are followed in the development process to meet CMMI standards.
EFutures handles offshore software projects and boasts of one of the most impressive portfolios in the software industry. The company has become the corporate choice in outsourcing both web and software development. EFutures’ product development best practices provide enterprise clients with a singular advantage; the ability to build scalable and extendable technology solutions faster and with a much higher degree of precision.
The company offers unparalleled experience and expertise in providing software and web solutions to a wide variety of clientele and the highly flexible approach, large and experienced team, faster response time and the experience has enabled their success in the industry over a period of 10 years.


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