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DataArt Acquires AW Systems

Bespoke software developer DataArt has acquired New York-based web engineering and consulting firm AW Systems to expand its global portfolio of consulting by doubling its consulting and engineering team in New York, and enabling it to serve North…

Roundtable: A Very Market Data Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving─the fourth Thursday in November─is when Americans traditionally give thanks for the year's harvest, stemming from the celebrations of the first European pilgrim settlers on American soil. Since our industry is blessed (or cursed) with a…

Industry Welcomes Markit Chat, Says More Participants Needed

Markit Collaboration Services, the new open messaging network initiative that allows financial professionals to communicate and share information across any communication platform, garnered a positive response from attendees at FISD's World Financial…

Dodd–Frank Turns Three—What's Next?

July marks the three-year anniversary of the Dodd–Frank Act being signed into law. Anthony Malakian takes a look back at the IT challenges faced, and previews what’s still ahead.

DataArt Unveils Form PF Solution

Software vendor Data Art has released a front-end application that will allow hedge funds to report their Form PF filings to regulators

Mobile ROI Hard To Quantify For Financial Firms

At a debate on the impact of consumer technology in the financial services industry, four mobile specialists expressed their opinions on what has been overhyped and what's been underhyped.

DataArt Expands in Ukraine

The custom software builder is set to open additional R&D outposts in the coastal city of Odessa and inland industrial center Dnipropetrovsk.

Private Ties: Technology Rises in Private Equity

Much of private equity rests on old relationships and privity of information, but with limited partnership investments becoming more common for a wider array of investors, and a secondaries market gaining steam, technology is blossoming in unlikely…

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