Waters is happy to publish the winners of the Waters Rankings 2010. The winners were officially announced at last night's New York-hosted cocktail reception. For those who attended, thank you for your support. We hope you enjoyed the evening as much as we did.
Below is a list of this year's winners - the category appears in bold preceding the name of the winning company.
Best Outsourcing Provider
Best Back-Office Hardware Provider
Best Cloud Computing Provider
Amazon & Verizon
Best Server Virtualization Provider
Best Data Grid Provider
Best Turret Trading Provider
Best Hosting Provider
Best Risk Analytics Provider
Best Credit Risk Solution Provider
Best Market Risk Solution Provider
Best Counterparty Risk Management Provider
Best AML Compliance Solution Provider
Best Complex Event Processing Solution Provider
Best Low-Latency Data Feed
Best Corporate Actions Solution Provider
Best Reference Data Solution Provider
Best Enterprise Data Management Systems Provider
Best Execution Management Systems Provider
Best Portfolio Management System Provider
Best Buy-Side OMS Provider
ConvergEx's Eze OMS
Best Sell-Side OMS Provider
Best Exceptions and Reconciliation Management Provider
Best Sell-Side Clearing Provider
Best Crossing Network Provider
If you would like to participate in next year's rankings please email me email@example.com
A full write up will be written in August issue of Waters - Available to subscribers of Sell-Side Technology and Buy-Side Technology. If you do not subscribe take out a 1-month trial today.
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