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IndiSoft Rebrands Technology Platform to Sunesis

TechnologyIndiSoft, a technology development firm that specializes in systems for the financial services industry, announced it has rebranded its module-based RxOffice technology platform to Sunesis, an enterprise-wide platform providing more flexibility in work processes.

With Sunesis, which means the confluence of two rivers to create a single, deep and powerful current, IndiSoft offers clients unified products on a single platform along with a continuum of functionality versus modular components. Sunesis is delivered via the Platform as a Service model (PaaS). IndiSoft’s goal is to continue to put robust technology at the in the hands of its users by providing them the regulatory content they need to meet compliance requirements.

“During this exciting time in the mortgage industry, we have the opportunity to rebuild how we conduct business with by implementing technology that fits the needs of companies with the desire to remain compliant,” said Camillo Melchiorre, president of IndiSoft. “Sunesis gives our business partners the tools they need to effectively manage risk in their business process.”

The new platform has out-of-the-box content for key regulatory requirements for audits and to oversee counterparties for any business process. The architecture within Sunesis is highly-configurable making for easy adoption as well as easier adaptation. 

“Technology will continue to play a large role in creating efficiencies and helping companies protect against risk,” said Hans Rusli, CEO of IndiSoft. “Sunesis users will immediately see the benefits of having such a system.  

Sunesis has the agility to allow users to align their processes to meet existing regulations and conform to new regulations as well.


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