Reuters, Interactive Eye Integration in 2010

Thomson Reuters has increased its integration savings target by $200 million to $1.2 billion, and has achieved $1.1 billion in run-rate savings through the end of 2009, partly driven by the consolidation of product platforms and content.

Thomson Reuters chief executive Tom Glocer said the vendor's "common platform" next-generation data desktop, internally named Project Utah, will see a broad beta release this spring. He said he expects to see savings even before Utah's predecessors are shut off

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