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At the center of the Truss Edge experience lies our proprietary fund management system. Developed by fund managers to meet their own needs, our technology has evolved into a revolutionary tailored Software as a Service (SaaS) platform for a wide array of investment management strategies.

Our software called Safari is designed to meet the stringent operational and reporting needs of today’s asset management business. Secure, web-based trade execution is combined with cutting edge risk management, reporting, and where required, full middle and back office management.

Key Functions

Best practice development: technology developed to answer the practical demands of day to day fund management.

Service provider neutral: use the brokers, custodians and administrators that you want to.

Tried and tested: Safari has been in operation for over 17 years, and the subject of continuous development and improvement during that period, including at the height of the challenging market conditions of 2007-08.

Flexibility: a truly modular structure means you can choose the components you need and add others as your requirements change. Safari can easily link to and process external sources of data.

Web-based: securely access Safari from anywhere you have Internet access.

A Fund Management System For Firms Of All Sizes

Safari has been designed to cater to the needs of firms of all sizes. Our technology is able to bring considerable operational savings to both early stage funds and mature businesses.

We Take Our Fund Management Data Security Seriously

When it comes to looking after your data, we place security at the top of our agenda. We use multiple data centers supported with independent power supplies, located in secure, cooled environments. Our data centers are compliant to SSAE 16, SOC 1, Type II.  To ensure constant connectivity, Safari uses multiple major Internet providers for high resiliency.

We continue to update and modify the way we host data and have never been responsible for any client data loss.

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