Companies upgrade interface to distribute DataScope pricing
The upgrade comes ahead of the Barclays Point–Bloomberg Port integration.
The firm will use Symphony's platform to replace existing instant messaging platforms for internal communications, and ultimately external communications with clients.
The startup is getting ready to roll out "the most stock-specific product... ever" to a small group of charter clients.
Symphony unveiled the new partners at its Symphony Innovate conference in New York on Oct. 6.
Officials say the investment will enable OpenGamma to grow into a "world-class" player in the OTC derivatives analytics
The media publisher will use Millistream's data across the print and online assets of itself and related companies.
The exchange is expanding the geographical coverage of Interactive Data's BestEx service ahead of Europe's MiFID 2 regulation.
Integrating Riskpulse's weather mapping will allow Money.Net customers to predict the impact of weather and natural events on financial markets.
Baillargeon has spent almost 20 years in trading and technology roles on the buy side and sell side.
The Fly's content will help RavenPack offer better coverage of smaller mid-cap companies.
Speed, quality, completeness all weigh on pricing decisions and distribution
ExtractAlpha's models help investors to optimize execution entry and exit points, and to avoid crowded trades.
The bank's custodian arm is using StatPro's new Revolution Performance module to replace five former systems used for portfolio performance analytics.
The platform will allow users to create custom displays using third-party or proprietary tools and content.
Greening has many years' experience of managing contributor relations and associated processes across the data vendor community.
The investment will allow the vendor to establish a bigger New York presence to respond to growing institutional demand for its products.
The availability of Nasdaq Basic data continues Millistream's overall data acquisition strategy, and adds to its existing coverage of Nasdaq markets.
Integrating Matlab opens up Money.Net to financial engineers, data scientists, analysts and academics.
The new module will help Revolution's calculation engines better manage data volumes and handle data quality issues.
The new hires are designed to support ongoing growth at the vendor, in addition to other sales and account management hires made earlier this year.
The New York-based firm releases online tool via ITG Analytics Incubator.