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JHC hires Head of Cloud & Operations to deliver SaaS solution for wealth managers

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Wealth management fintech firm JHC Systems (JHC), has appointed Alan Cole as Head of Cloud and Operations to deliver its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution for wealth managers.Previously holding positions at Finastra and Temenos, Alan brings unrivalled experience running Cloud Operations for financial institutions globally across banking, wealth and investment management.

JHC’s SaaS offering will allow clients to benefit from the continuous delivery and integration of highly available, cost effective and secure wealth management solutions via Cloud.

 

Clients will also benefit from reduced costs as they no longer have to upgrade software manually or pay onsite deployment fees.

 

“It’s all about putting our wealth management solutions at our clients’ fingertips,” comments Cole.

 

“The industry is waking up to the potential of Cloud and it’s essential that we continue to provide our clients with access to cutting edge digital innovation and technology. Ultimately, our SaaS offering allows wealth managers to focus on growing their business without having to worry about flexibility or scalability” he adds.

 

Ron Tomlinson, Chief Technology Officer at JHC, says: “We’re delighted to appoint Alan as the driving force behind our SaaS Cloud offering at an exciting time for JHC. Following the FNZ acquisition in July 2019, together we’re able to bring a wider and more integrated range of modern, intuitive and efficiency-generating digital products to our clients via Cloud.”

 

JHC Figaro, JHC Neon and the JHC Digital Wealth Platform are all currently available as a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) via Cloud. JHC Figaro will be accessible to clients as a SaaS in Q1 2020, followed by the entire JHC product suite.

 

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