The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) has said that preliminary testing for its move to NYSE Technologies' Universal Trading Platform (UTP), which will occur on April 15, 2013, has finished successfully.
The completion of the acceptance phase of testing, which covers processes, functionality and other technical areas, means the Polish bourse is on target for its mid-Spring launch.
"The Warsaw Stock Exchange has entered the stage of fine-tuning the system parameters before the phase of migration from Warset to UTP," says Adam Maciejewski, president of the management board at WSE. "We are working together with our partners to conduct this very important technology project on the Polish capital market smoothly within the entire community."
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