FMS.next

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Overview

FMS.next is a modern integrated Banking platform developed by Profile Software designed to meet the diverse requirements of Financial Institutions such as Universal Banks, Private Banks, Islamic Banks, Auto & Leasing Institutions as well as Peer-to-Peer Lending / Crowdfunding platforms and Alternative Banking/Finance organisations.

This is achievable through its unique flexible and modular architecture which coupled with powerful product factory capabilities enables banks and crowdfunding platforms to meet the competition challenges.

Key Features

  • Deployed as a whole or as stand-alone vertical solutions
  • Accommodates internal policies and regulatory compliance through parametric workflows
  • Builds new products quickly with the easy-to-use Product Factory functionality
  • Includes customisable functionality to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership
  • Designed with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), FMS.next offers a modern, flexible and easy-to-navigate user interface
  • Accessed either as a desktop application or through a web browser
  • Uses both ClickOnce technology and the Silverlight framework so users can instantly access the platform

Key Benefits

  • Cost efficiency throughout operations due to flexible design
  • Ease-of-use, with familiar Windows-like environment
  • Flexibility to accommodate future requirements without prohibitive costs
  • Ease-of-access due to a secure interface available on desktop, mobile or as a web app
  • Operational reliability, accommodating an unlimited number of users as well as multiple currencies and languages

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Geographic Availability
Africa, Asia-Pacific, Central America, Europe, Middle East, North America, South America