Data catalog competition heats up as spending cools

Data catalogs represent a big step toward a shopping experience in the style of or iTunes for market data management and procurement. Here, we take a look at the key players in this space, old and new.

As the world of market data becomes both more voluminous and complex, providers of technology platforms known as data catalogs—which track what datasets a firm already has access to, and some of which also provide listings of comparative datasets available in the market—are seeing greater interest in their offerings.

“The tide has changed dramatically in the last few weeks. We’re having much more senior conversations now,” says Richard Clements, founder and CEO of VendEx Solutions, which

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