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SEI unveils enhanced user interface for the Archway Platform


SEI has unveiled a newly redesigned user interface (UI) for the Archway Platform. The latest version of features marked improvements to its underlying front-end technology, enabling the continued roll-out of large-scale innovations that extend the platform’s existing capabilities and introduce a diverse range of future features and functionality.As the next generation of wealth becomes more involved in family office technology selections, SEI Family Office Services determined a new UI as an opportunity to rethink the way the Archway Platform engages its users. Enhancements include an overall refresh of the platform’s front-end technology and appearance, the introduction of new branding and personalisation options for clients, streamlined favourite and default settings for most-used tools, simplified enterprise and entity navigation selection, and an improved mobile experience for end-client reporting.

“We are thrilled to share the continued investments we make in delivering features, functionality and UI enhancements that enrich the user experience within the Archway Platform,” says Paul Freeland, Managing Director of SEI Family Office Services. “Our clients will benefit from a contemporary adaptation of the Archway Platform that retains the familiarity of the legacy user interface, while modernising the client portal and overall reporting experience for their end-clients. Each of the enhancements were intentionally and thoughtfully designed to improve interaction with the features most important to users and provide them with more control of their experience.”
SEI’s Archway Platform and suite of family office services are leveraged by hundreds of family offices and high-net-worth families. The platform has been repeatedly recognised as a best accounting technology solution for family offices. Most recently, the Archway Platform was recognised as the operations and reporting engine behind the award-winning SEI Family Office Services outsourced service suite, which includes outsourced consolidated client reporting, portfolio reconciliation, partnership accounting and bill payment.

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