Interop tech buys time for buy-side fixed-income traders

A few buy-side traders and portfolio managers spearheading a drive for greater interoperability are reaping the rewards of increased workplace efficiency. Is interoperability the fixed-income panacea the buy side has been looking for?

In 1748, Benjamin Franklin supposedly originated the aphorism that has come to define modern working culture: Time is money. It is a truth that is held to be self-evident in financial services, borne out by the drive to shave milliseconds off trading times, share data across oceans, or distribute data instantly in the cloud.

And cutting time from buy-side workflows really does equal money.

In October, interop.io, a provider of container-based interoperability services for trader desktops

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