VPD Risk & Performance Release 10.4
VPD has set itself ahead of the other providers by developing and implementing VSIs; Vendor Specific Interfaces which link directly with systems, adapting to the data sources our clients currently have. This negates the need for manipulating intermediate import files and modifying extracts from your providers in order to centralise data in our data warehouse, enabling straight-through processing of data reconciliation and calculation, as part of an integrated business workflow.
The release of VPD Risk & Performance 10.4 represents our continued effort in improving these VSIs, expanding and future-proofing these adaptors as requirements grow.
Key features are:
· New feeds have been added to the VPD Index VSI to include additional SIX Indices
· Performance improvements to the VPD Risk VSI for portfolio position management between VPD and our risk providers
· Improvements to our Audit log tracking VPD Web Portal user login, for administration control
· Updates to maintain our solutions on Microsoft SQL 2012 servers
“A key strength of VPD is our ability to complement and enhance other systems, and I am pleased that the 10.4 release of Risk & Performance includes the new interface requirements from our clients and the market. Our continued investment in the VPD Web Portal, now addressing many regulatory reporting requirements, has meant control around reporting and distribution is now key. ”, says Johan Lundman, Managing Director at VPD.