Buy-side EMS spending gradually on the rise

The roll-out of execution management systems across the buy side is set to accelerate, although not as fast as many pundits anticipate. According to a recently published Aite Group report, more than half of all buy-side firms still manage their trading operations solely by using an order management system. By Stewart Eisenhart

BOSTON – Buy-side spending on execution management systems (EMS) is expected to reach $250 million by 2010 as managers' trading infrastructures become more robust and

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