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Flexcube goes live in diamond bank

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BANGALORE: i-flex Solutions has announced that its flagship product Flexcube has gone live in Antwerp Diamond Bank (ADB), Mumbai, a premier bank for the global diamond industry.

i-flex also designed and deployed a data centre for the bank in a record two month period at Mumbai, said a company press release. Antwerp Diamond Bank has been running on Flexcube in Antwerp, Belgium for over two years and its New York office also runs on Flexcube.

Antwerp Diamond Bank has replaced its entire core legacy and front-end system with Flexcube incorporating modules like core, treasury, risk management, trade modules and the powerful reporting and management information features.

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