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Curve Securities Bolsters Financial Technology Solution with Skuid

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Skuid, the leading application front-end development platform, today announced that investment company Curve Securities developed a complex reporting solution with Skuid that provided clients with deeper insights and more control over their finances.

Curve Securities assists over 450 Australian-based organizations with the placement and management of surplus funds, offering services such as term deposits, fixed interest securities, investment management and more. Currently celebrating its tenth anniversary, Curve’s funds under administration amount to over $6 billion.

With Skuid, Curve provided clients the ability to track their finances, review their portfolios, visualize simple return metrics, and then compare how they’re tracking against their investment policy to ensure compliance. However, they needed the ability to pull more complex reports in a user-friendly way. Using Skuid user interface components like the wizard component, Curve Securities expanded its system in just a few weeks—50 percent faster than previous development initiatives.

“Skuid’s platform consolidated 40 different reports and dashboards into a single view, making our sales and customer success teams more efficient,” said Andrew Murray, CEO of Curve Securities. “Skuid gave us the tools we needed to not only build a solution quickly but also to continue to iterate with little to no downtime. We can keep up with competitors, providing a community and platform that clients can easily engage with to access truly impactful insights.”

“Financial markets change insanely fast, said Ken McElrath, CEO of Skuid. “For financial services companies to keep pace with the market and their customers’ changing needs, IT solutions have to scale fast, including the user experience of their employee and customer applications. Skuid delivers a new standard for front-end development so companies like Curve Securities can evolve the user experience in an agile way. Delivering a better UX means financial services companies can truly delight their clientele, with apps that deliver the insights they need to make faster and better decisions.”

To learn more about how market-leading companies are using Skuid to drive business productivity and digitally transform, visit Skuid’s customer page. To learn more about Curve Securities’ Skuid solution, click here.

Read the Curve Securities case study.

About Curve Securities

Curve Securities was established in 2009 with the goal of creating an independent fixed income intermediary that valued innovation and pushing the boundaries of performance in term deposit and fixed-income investments. The number of clients they assist on an ongoing basis has grown steadily to over 450 institutions across Australia. Their banking partnerships enable them to introduce these clients to opportunities from close to 70 regulated banking institutions.

With over 150 years of collective financial markets experience, Curve Securities brings together a highly experienced team with a desire to help. Curve Securities helps their partner banks find funds, their investing clients to simplify their investment process, and maximize their yields and help each other with the sourcing of deals and opportunities.

About Skuid

Skuid was founded in 2013 on the simple belief that enterprise software should stop forcing people to behave like machines. Instead, apps should behave more like humans who use them, so everyone can thrive in the digital world. With Skuid’s simple-to-use but incredibly robust cloud front-end design-and-deploy platform, anyone can connect to disparate data sources, assemble highly complex, made-to-order applications, and instantly make changes – all without writing code. More than 5 million users across 32 countries use Skuid to engage with each other, with data, and with new customers in meaningful ways. For more information, visit


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