Bureau van Dijk Electronic Publishing (BvDEP) has signed its first client for a new company and share data product specially designed for the UK market, dubbed Mint, that will launch next month.
The new client is UK-based accounting firm Grant Thornton. Tony Pringle, UK general manager at BvDEP, says the firm is already live with two of Mint’s four modules: Companies and News. An upgrade, to be completed as Inside Market Data went to press, will bring the system fully online.
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