St. Louis-based brokerage A.G. Edwards Inc. has set the field for a pilot-test horse-race that ultimately will determine whose quote terminals will be rolled out to the firm's 4,300 brokers.
In keeping with Edwards' stated goal of implementing a system that is partly homegrown and partly vendor-provided (IMD, Dec. 9, 1991), one of the four contenders for the job is an Edwards-homegrown solution. The firm will also test systems from incumbent vendor Quotron as well as from ADP and ILX Systems
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