Sungard recently unveiled its new Ambit wealth management system software. The new system is a front-to-back money management solution, consisting of a full suite of new capabilities when it comes to personal or business-related financial decisions.
New features included in the Ambit software are mobile banking, the ability to enable and engage with private banks, and an account for family members.
In addition to the new software, SunGard has also built new offices in Asia to support clients and customers who are new to this wealth management capability. This will help SunGard boost its rates of customer satisfaction through diligently monitoring the public response to this new technology, while maintaining not only new customers, but those who have been around since before the new software was released.
The new wealth management technology will help financially interested parties keep track of their profitability overall. Companies will be able to spot new ways to increase employee productivity and get a better strategy for increased workflow in place.
Additionally, they will be able to boost their overall cost-effectiveness and efficiency, according to the description of services released by SunGard upon the arrival of the Ambit Suite.
Ambit comes with a single platform that is bendable to any system of device. This platform will help managers of wealth keep up in and ever-changing market by helping them build relationships with clients and other companies, providing new ways to connect and stay connected with both.
The most important function of Ambit’s new wealth management software is that it will help relationship managers tailor their services specifically to the client base at hand, which will over time increase customer retention and the public’s overall satisfaction with the company or brand in question.
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Edited by Braden Becker