Asset Control Puts Users in Charge of their Data with Launch of Ops360 Solution
- 02.03.2020 12:01 pm
Asset Control, a leading provider of proven, data management cloud-based services for financial data analytics, has launched its new Ops360 workflow solution. Ops360 is a rich web user interface based on a new business domain model and RESTful API that offers users unprecedented control for sourcing, mastering, governing, investigating and exploring their financial instrument data.
Ops360 focuses on enabling business and operations users to more easily browse, process and validate financial data. It is part of a product rollout that incorporates a range of new open source technologies into the Asset Control platform. Existing financial services-focused Enterprise Data Management solutions fall short when it comes to dynamically acquiring, preparing and researching data sets while generic NoSQL and analytics solutions miss domain and mastering experience. This has left firms ‘between a rock and a hard place’ with a choice of staying with focused, but rigid solutions or spending significant resources on implementing and customising generic solutions.
Mark Hepsworth, CEO, Asset Control, said: “We are really pleased to launch this significant expansion in capabilities. Our roadmap focuses on business user enablement and leveraging more of the exciting open source technologies now available and this release ticks both boxes. Business users increasingly want to self-service their data management requirements and experience an easier process to set up the data they need. Ops360 along with our new data driven Business Domain Model facilitates this.”
Mark Hermeling, CTO, Asset Control commented: “with our new Business Domain Model, we have taken a fully data-driven approach. Through the ability to easily configure combinations of data sets, regions, roles, processes and rules, we facilitate data governance and allow users to define granular data processing catering to their business requirements. Our Ops360 user interface dynamically reflects these configurations.”