London, 21 November 2019 – The reconciliation technology vendor community servicing the buy-side has grown over the last decade or so, as the internal and external requirements for asset managers, hedge funds, and their service providers to reconcile data have increased. This report explores some of the key trends within the buy-side-focused reconciliation technology market, discusses the ways in which technology is evolving to address new market needs and challenges, and recognizes specific vendors for their strengths in critical areas.
Using the Aite Matrix, a proprietary Aite Group vendor assessment framework, this Impact Report evaluates the overall competitive position of 10 vendors, focusing on vendor stability, client strength, product features, and client services. This report profiles Broadridge, Duco, Electra, FIS, Gresham, Indus Valley Partners (IVP), SmartStream, Smonik, SS&C, and Viteos.
This 91-page Impact Report contains 44 figures and 11 tables. Clients of Aite Group’s Institutional Securities & Investments service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.
This report mentions Accenture, AutoRek, Blackline, Capgemini, Cognizant, Deloitte, Differentis, DXC Technology, Echelon Global, EY, Fiserv, Genpact, HCL Technologies, KPMG, Luxoft, MIK Fund Solutions, PricewaterhouseCoopers, ReconArt, Syntel, Tata Consultancy Services, TechPartners, TechSavvy Global, Wipro, and Xceptor.