Paris 2012: Users Say Vendors Must Unbundle Content to Reflect Purchasing Trends

A view of the Eiffel Tower in Paris France

Shrinking budgets in financial firms have led to the disappearance of the “all-you-can-eat” procurement processes in favor of a more selective model for obtaining data, according to a panel at last week’s Paris Financial Information Summit discussing strategies for lowering costs in the current economic environment.

Instead of consuming the entire data universe, procurement managers are now assessing the specific market data needs of individual end-users, said Claudia Marcusson, global category

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