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Oracle Financial Services Software Limited (OFSSL)

Oracle Financial Services Software Limited (OFSSL) is a software provider for the banking and financial services industry. OFSSL, which was formerly called i-flex Solutions, was acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2006.

Oracle Financial Services Software Limited's chief offerings are the FLEXCUBE, Reveleus, and Mantas financial software suites. Oracle FLEXCUBE is a banking software suite for consumer, retail, corporate, investment and Internet banking. It includes  Oracle Reveleus provides analytical applications and Oracle Mantas provides software for anti-fraud, anti-money laundering and stock market compliance.  

In addition to software, OFSSL also offers IT-related financial consulting and business process outsourcing (BPO) services. OFSSL is headquartered in Mumbai, India and has operations worldwide.


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