Automating reference data can be a painful but productive quest. By Kevin Bradshaw, managing director, Enterprise Information Products, Reuters
After decades of focusing on managing information in the front office, financial services companies are rushing to get back-office data automated. Most are finding it to be a difficult and painful process—not because of technology issues, but because of fragmented and inconsistent coding.
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