Princeton Financial Systems, a provider of accounting, compliance and reporting solutions to the investment industry, has introduced PAM for Investments, an investment accounting platform that aims to deliver, flexibility, scalability, seamless integration and a user-friendly interface.

According to Princeton, PAM for Investments’ three-tier client/server architecture offers horizontal and vertical scalability, simplified installation and flexible deployment. With multiple custom dashboards, users can manage exceptions throughout the trading and investment lifecycle. Built on the Microsoft .NET framework, PAM for Investments employs the Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface, featuring ribbon-based navigation, offering users the familiar experience found in the latest Microsoft Office suite of products as well as increased productivity and lower total cost of ownership.

Princeton says the overall user experience includes customizable grids and workflows; extensive data exporting capabilities; support for multi-lingual interfaces; Microsoft .NET 3-tier client/server architecture; deployment flexibility with installed and SaaS (Cloud) environments; simplified software maintenance and upgrade cycles; and seamless integration with other elements of the client’s investment architecture.

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