Apr 02, 2012 (Mass Media Distribution LLC via COMTEX) --
Sage, founded in Switzerland in 1986, was among the pioneers in financial software, spotting sustained demand for cost-effective, flexible and reliable financial software. Putting users and their business requirements first led SAGE to develop Prospero.
Prospero is a suite of solutions precisely fitted to the needs of specific segments of the financial services industry and covers all aspects of financial operations: Wealth Management, Asset Management, Fund Administration, Trading, Family Office, and Portfolio Optimization. Even with today's standardized and regulated financial environment; each bank, each financial institution remains different and with Prospero's unique flexibility, it covers exact needs--from medium to large firms, from simple to complex financial products and activities.
Jean-Luc Freymond, CEO of SAGE said, 'SAGE continues its rapid expansion in the GCC and as proof of its commitment to the region, it has chosen Dubai as its venue to unleash the totally new and revamped version of its financial solutions, Prospero.'
Prospero v2.0 will be unleashed with the following totally new features:
- Totally revamped user experience (GUI)
- Fully secure access through the internet
- Graphical Web interface
- Systematic Investment Planning (SIP)
- Portfolio optimization
- Additional investors' reporting
- Additional legal reporting
Prospero is currently used by prominent financial institutions in Switzerland, Europe, and Asia Pacific as they rely on Prospero to expand their market share in Wealth Management.
SAGE will be at stand#C4 at MEFTEC and will be represented by its Dubai office which serves the Middle East region.
To learn more about SAGE and its suite of Prospero solutions, please visit www.sage.ch or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAGE, founded in 1986, is headquartered in Switzerland with branches in Dubai and Singapore. SAGE SA is a privately held software company that develops financial applications. These applications help global financial organizations focus on their core competencies-and thereby improve their productivity.