IPC adapts business lines for interoperability push

The communication software provider is containerizing its trading ecosystem for apps to play nicely with each other.

Going are the days where capital markets firms expect a trading platform—and any other platform they deal with, for that matter—to be a closed-off system. Instead, banks and asset managers now expect more of these same systems to interact seamlessly with other systems they deal with. 

While interoperability can mean different things to different people, the idea is that banks and asset managers want to move towards a more open ecosystem where different applications can talk to each other.


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