In recent weeks, the LSE has approached end-users with details of the plan, which involves bringing all data contracts with the group under a master service agreement.
Conversations are taking place with customers regarding simplifying the contract process within Information Services, for example, FTSE, real-time data and SEDOL.
As part of the project, the LSE will seek to secure longer-term licensing agreements, and also plans to move towards enterprise-wide, tariff-based models for pricing, s
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