Phoebus Software selects Six Degrees to strengthen cloud capabilities
By Megha Bhattacharya
Phoebus Software Limited (PSL) has selected Six Degrees to offer public cloud capabilities within the PSL Partnership Programme. The partnership will increase PSL’s software application resilience and security, as well as improving performance and the overall client experience. It is also expected to strengthen the company’s cloud capabilities and accelerate the provision of cloud-native infrastructure to support its software applications.
Warren Higgins, Chief Information Officer at Phoebus Software Ltd said, “Our partnership with Six Degrees will underpin our cloud strategy. This will enable the extension of our cloud capabilities to provide further security, performance and resilience for our platform and products. With our client base being at the heart of banking and account servicing, their credibility in the sector in which we work will provide combined benefits to all.”
Six Degrees is a secure cloud provider, with around 15 years of experience serving 2,000 plus customers across a range of industries including financial services, retail, manufacturing, legal and public sector.
Simon Crawley-Trice, CEO at Six Degrees commented, “At Six Degrees we are fast becoming the secure cloud services partner of choice for software providers. As one of only eight UK Azure Expert MSPs we really do live and breathe secure cloud, and we are proud to work with PSL, a leading solutions provider to the finance sector. By leveraging our exceptional cloud advisory and management capabilities, PSL will be able to elevate its solutions and ensure its ongoing success.”
Recently, Phoebus Software Limited announced that the balances of loans and savings serviced on the platform have now increased to over £70 billion. The company has made investments in its originations API which enables lenders to seamlessly onboard mortgages from any originations’ platform. Other major investments include the Phoebus’ self-service portal which allows borrowers to digitally self-serve their mortgage accounts, putting them in control and helping to stem the flow of calls and correspondence into client call centres.
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