New­soft­ware will­dou­ble­jobs atfin­tech­firm

Belfast Telegraph - Business Telegraph - - News - BY STAFF RE­PORTER

A FIN­TECH con­sul­tancy firm based in Belfast plans to dou­ble its team by 2020 on the back of new soft­ware it says will guide the fi­nan­cial ser­vices in­dus­try in a post-brexit world.

Vox Fi­nan­cial Part­ners said its new prod­uct Opal will im­prove ef­fi­cien­cies in the global in­dus­try by digi­tis­ing con­tract in­for­ma­tion, help­ing cus­tomers cre­ate and up­date con­tracts with ease, min­imis­ing the time and cost taken to con­clude ne­go­ti­a­tions.

The Belfast com­pany ad­vises on reg­u­la­tory changes and re­quire­ments in North Amer­ica and Europe.

Vox chief ex­ec­u­tive Terry Robin­son said: “We recog­nised a gap in the fi­nan­cial trad­ing mar­kets for soft­ware that would safe­guard data qual­ity and help our cus­tomers de­liver the repa­per­ing of thou­sands of con­tracts for their clients. This will be par­tic­u­larly valu­able to our tar­get au­di­ence fol­low­ing the UK’S exit from the EU.”

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