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MENAFN Press - 13/05/2014
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(MENAFN Press) Today C&A Consulting LLC announces the introduction of Managed Technology Services (MTS). MTS was created to serve startup, emerging and established hedge funds, and financial services firms, by providing professionally managed outsourced technology infrastructure services.

"At C&A we have proven experience in finance, operations, compliance and technology," said Noland Cheng, Managing Partner of C&A Consulting. "Our new Managed Technology Services are tailored for each client and provide a cost-effective solution to solving critical business issues while significantly boosting operational efficiency throughout the organization."

C&A Consulting's MTS differs from those of most technology services companies. While most vendors attempt to fit clients into their technology offerings, we manage technology based on the client's needs first, and work to ensure adherence to regulatory guidelines. Our recommendations are industry focused and rooted in proven knowledge of both technology and the global financial services sector.

"Whether you're an early-stage or established firm, C&A's experts can help you achieve an optimized technology infrastructure that addresses your unique needs today and in the years ahead," said Kenny Gee, Director of C&A Consulting.

From 10 hours per month to full time on-site staff managed by C&A, our services can be customized to handle the needs of almost any hedge fund or financial services firm. Along with our approved partners, C&A is able to address even the most complex technological challenges. For additional information please contact us.


About C&A Consulting, LLC
C&A Consulting provides clients with on-demand and direct access to experienced subject matter experts and line management. The firm's core competencies cover Compliance and Operational Risk, Finance, Operations, and Technology, working as an integrated unit to deliver practical strategies and efficient executions. C&A can lead complex strategic transformations with equal capacity to efficiently lead tactical baseline assignments. To learn more visit caconsultingllc.com.

 


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