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Archer Voted Best Cloud-based Services Provider

Archer named winner in best cloud-based services provider category in the 2017 Waters Rankings.

EY announces Bryan Dori of Archer named Entrepreneur Of The Year 2017 Award winner in Greater Philadelphia

Bryan Dori joins three decades of groundbreaking entrepreneurs recognized by EY

As seen in FUNDfire: T. Rowe Jumps Into Retail SMA Business

To simplify entry into the SMA space, T. Rowe partnered with Archer for technology and operational support.

 

Archer Selected by T. Rowe Price for Technology and Service Enhancements Supporting Retail Offering

T. Rowe Price is the latest in a series of firms to join Archer’s platform as the company continues to solidify itself as the most flexible and scalable solution for investment management organizations.

Innovate. Learn. Repeat.

"So go ahead and make mistakes. Make all you can. Because that's where you will find success - at the far side of failure." -- Thomas J. Watson Sr., IBM Chairman & CEO

Embracing the Cloud – the role of cloud-optimized technology within investment management operations

People talk about the cloud as a mythical mass of information, hovering in the ether above us. While that is a fair description of consumers’ experience with cloud technology, the ‘mythical mass’ is actually a physical network of servers, data storage infrastructure, and people.

 

When Expanding Your Product Base: Keep it Simple

From the investment manager’s perspective, multiple service models within the SMA channel often require separate systems and processes. This increases operational complexity and erodes the benefit of higher revenues.

Succeeding in the New Investment Operations Dynamic: 5 Questions to Ask Your Service Provider

For investment management firms evaluating new providers – or outsourcing for the first time – knowing what questions to ask can help ensure that you find the right partner.

When is a “Robot” not robot?

Financial services have long benefited from computer automation, but with many different programs and applications applied in the execution and recording of a single transaction, there remains an army of personnel involved in performing tasks akin to reviewing and shuttling information between them.