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Polaris extends its financial advisor suite to iPad

New York / Chennai, April 23, 2012: Leading India-headquartered global financial technology player, Polaris Financial Technology has ported its financial advisor workstation solution, IntellectTM FABX (Financial Advisor Business eXchange), on the iPad. 

The solution empowers the advisor with a single point interface
offering a comprehensive 360-degree view of the client, to manage rising core system complexities thereby increasing productivity by up to 30%. Intellect FABX was launched during an event at the Harvard Club of New York City as part of Polaris’ FT (Financial Technology) Innovation Series, an initiative spearheaded by the FT Research team at Polaris which aims to drive innovation acrossthe organization and establish partnerships in academia to address critical business challenges and generate customer value.
Says Arun Jain, Chairman & CEO, Polaris Financial Technology: “The Financial world is moving from Transactions to Conversations. The Financial Advisors therefore need to be enabled with not just comprehensive views of their customer, but a Superior interaction layer and Analytics that can help them take Smart decisions, quickly. With classic 'design thinking' in action, FABX on iPad is the Solution for Customer-Centricity. This
helps Relationship Managers to very quickly move from RM's to Expert RM's to ClientPartners".
Polaris Financial Technology Ltd. (formerly known as Polaris Software Lab, Hs a comprehensive portfolio of products, services and consulting.Polaris has a talent strength of over 12,000 solution architects, domain and technology experts. Thecompany owns the largest set of Intellectual Properties in the form of a comprehensive product suite,Intellect GUB M180.
Polaris is headquartered in Chennai and has offices in all global financial hubs including Bangalore,
Belfast, Chennai, Chicago, Dubai, Dublin, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City, Hyderabad, Illinois. http://www.polarisFT.com/  




    


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Polaris extends its financial advisor suite to iPad
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Polaris extends its financial advisor suite to iPad
by Aditya on May  11,  2012
  "Talk about botching a roreeaticn. First off, Hoyt''s photo isn''t cross lit. If you take a look at the catch lights in both subjects eyes, Hoyt is using standard beauty lighting (beauty dish +fill) for even pleasing light. Second, the subjects aren''t even close in posing or expression to the original. Sure, maybe this guy can''t nail a great expression while supporting the full weight of his lady. But that''s why there are stools. And if you are this master photographer that you claim to be on your site, you would notice that both subjects are leaning back instead of forward. While this may seem nitpicky, it is one of the main reasons that the Hoyt photo is so engaging. They almost seem to be rushing the camera, and they look like they are having a hell of a time. This photo just comes off awkward and rushed. You miss all the subtleties. The tonality of the background, the lighting setup/ratio, and most importantly, the expression from your subjects. You need to stop promoting yourself and start practicing."