The London Stock Exchange (LSE) is implementing a corporate data warehouse (CDW), it will announce this week. The warehouse will allow the exchange to produce standardized real-time data and increase the depth of its information services, according to officials.
The warehouse was developed by Teradata, a division of NCR Corp., and provides a central data repository that consolidates the exchange's disparate databases. The exchange's system integration partner, Accenture, is implementing it.
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