The increasing volume of index and benchmark data coming from more sources is inciting firms to find new ways of managing the data, according to a survey of end-users conducted by Rimes Technologies
Faced with greater volumes and more sources of benchmark data, data professionals are looking for fresh approaches to managing the data, according to a survey of end-user participants in forums organized by benchmark pricing, index and economic data provider Rimes Technologies. "There's a realization that spending decisions can't be put off any longer," says Steve Cheng, senior vice president and...
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