Manning & Napier, Inc. (NYSE: MN), ("Manning & Napier" or "the Company") today announced it has selected InvestCloud to lead the firm's digital transformation. The firm will utilize InvestCloud's full suite of applications, ranging from back-office operations to client-facing websites. The multi-phased conversion will focus on enhancing the digital client experience, streamlining back-office processes, and centralizing performance data and reporting.
She's often "reminded of the struggles some younger women in our field continue to deal with, and it fuels my passion." Accomplishment(s): I am very proud of the fact that I was named chairman of Riskalyze this past year. It has always been a passion of mine to enhance how advisors work with their clients, and there are many things we’re working on at Riskalyze to make that a reality for tens of thousands of advisors every day.
Security Compass, a provider of tools for streamlining risk analysis, has appointed Rohit Sethi to be its CEO after receiving additional funding from FTV Capital. Security Compass founder and previous CEO Nish Balla will remain on the board of directors. Previously, Sethi was the COO for Security Compass. The company declined to disclose the amount of funding provided, but Sethi said Security Compass is now in a better position to be more aggressive in terms of expanding the scope of its sales and marketing initiatives, including developing a channel partner ecosystem, now that the company is no longer operating on “bootstrap” basis.
Ebanx isn't new to the payments technology game in Latin America, having focused on cross-border e-commerce technology a few years ago to allow consumers in that region to make purchases from international merchants. What the Brazil-based fintech startup is fairly new at is how to quickly change its stripes to take advantage of the changing digital payments landscape, something that other payment processors and technology providers have been doing in other countries as a regular part of business. But Ebanx is catching on fast.
Payments startup Ebanx, one of Brazil’s latest fintechs to achieve “unicorn” status, on Wednesday began offering its digital wallets to 10,000 consumers on a test basis, expanding its product portfolio beyond services to e-commerce platforms. Founded in 2012, Ebanx initially focused on processing payments from Brazilian clients of global websites like Alibaba Group Holdings’ AliExpress retail service, homesharing site Airbnb and music-streaming service Spotify Technology. More recently it started to offer payments processing services to Brazilian e-commerce platforms as well.
GigaSpaces, the provider of InsightEdge, the fastest in-memory real-time analytics processing platform, announced today its 2019 results; doubling annual recurring revenues and tripling its InsightEdge customer base. In 2019 GigaSpaces signed up new finance, insurance, and transportation customers across the globe and launched new products and partnerships that are driving mission-critical, time sensitive applications and services for optimized operations, adherence to regulations and exceptional customer experience.
ReliaQuest, a leader in enterprise security, today announced it has opened the user interface and added three expanded capabilities to GreyMatter, a first-of-its-kind platform that connects disparate technologies to proactively identify and respond to cybersecurity threats across an enterprise. GreyMatter's open UI will increase ReliaQuest customers' control over their enterprise security operations, enabling teams to better identify and address gaps.
Leading internet security experts will share their insights this week in Tampa, at the ReliaQuest P3 2020 User Conference. P3, which stands for “plan, partner, propel,” is a conference focused on improving outcomes, not vendor exhibits, a spokeswoman for the Tampa information technology company said. ReliaQuest has an 11-year tradition of bringing the entire company together, across all functions and locations, to drive innovation, teach, learn, and have some fun in a conference format. Last year was the first time customers were welcomed to join.
In 2018 more than $1.48 billion was lost to fraud, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), with identity theft accounting for nearly 15% of all cases. As cybercriminals diversify their targets and become more sophisticated, identity theft will continue to pose major challenges for businesses and consumers in 2020 and beyond.
eBaoTech, a global leading digital insurance solution provider and Willis Towers Watson have announced that they will team up to provide a robust, one-stop insurance middle office platform to accelerate digitalisation across the sector. The collaboration will see Willis Towers Watson's rating engine, Radar Live, integrated with eBaoTech's middle office platform, InsureMO®, which is designed for open API collaboration.