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TCS, Access2future join hands

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HYDERABAD: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has tied up with Access2future (A2f) to market its personal finance management software, E.X. Personal Investment Manager, in Andhra Pradesh.

A2f is an IT retail company based in Hyderabad. The new generation software is targeted at the salaried class, individual investors, business community and professionals. According to the A2f Chief Executive, Mr Prashant Lahoti, the software has user-friendly features that the customer can use for efficient investment management.

The features include payment alerts, investment tracker, market rate update, interest watch and loan monitor. It can generate extensive reports based on parameters such as price movement, growth, gains and losses with indexation, location-wise investment, stock report and investment ledgers. It's estimated domestic market size is Rs 350 crore.

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