All the pieces fit: connecting trader voice and messaging across workflows

Cloud9 expands Symphony's communication channels to trader voice, in an effort to simplify workflows as Wall Street struggles with compliant communications.

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Last June, financial messaging and collaboration platform Symphony announced its acquisition of Cloud9 Technologies, a voice solutions and trading turrets provider. The acquisition was the first of two (Symphony announced its plans to buy StreetLinx, a counterparty mapping platform, in August 2021) that appeared to signal a new era for the provider under new its chief executive, Brad Levy.  

“This isn’t Symphony, the messaging app anymore,” says Michael Lynch, Symphony’s chief product officer.

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