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EFutures hires new financial software sales team in California

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EFutures said yesterday it has hired a new financial software sales team in California to cater to the growing demand for its solutions.

EFutures is a leading technology services company delivering a broad portfolio of IT services and solutions to clients in the banking and financial, healthcare, tourism industries and to government/ non-government organisations.

According to EFutures Director Prashan Nagendra, they have hired a team of sales consultants based in California. This team has extensive knowledge and experience in software equity sales and their main focus would be on hedge funds, asset management firms and small boutique investment banks.

“Assets Management solution would be one of the main products marketed by the new Sales Team. This solution had already been implemented in several leading Wall Street firms,” explained Rishen Fernando, Director.

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.

The online banking solution would be another prominent product that would be marketed by this sales team. This Banking solution allows conducting financial transactions on a secure environment and includes features and capabilities such as performing financial transactions, payments to third parties, funds transfers, loan applications and viewing recent transaction related information.

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