LONDON--Tullett and Tokyo Liberty has developed its own price distribution system to deliver its real-time prices over the Internet to clients, throwing out two legacy contributions systems.
The new system, called Eqweb, was built in-house using off-the-shelf Microsoft components--the component object module, or COM, and a Windows-distributed Internet applications architecture environment.
Patrick Cooper, head of the IT development team at Tullett, says that Eqweb replaces two legacy systems:
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