Thomson Reuters Touts Flexible Eikon Migration


Thomson Reuters last week launched its Eikon market data display and trading terminal, the successor to the vendor's current flagship Reuters 3000 Xtra and Thomson One workstations and offer a range of delivery options to encourage clients to migrate to the new platform.

Officials say Eikon - which began as Reuters' Common Platform project (IMD, March 5, 2007), and became Project Utah after the merger of Thomson Corp. and Reuters (IMD, Oct. 30, 2009) - provides the same data and analytics

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