Open Platform: Do You Really Need an OMS?

Gerry Gualtieri

Buy-side order management systems (OMSs) have evolved significantly over the last decade. They have become highly engineered platforms incorporating functions that go significantly beyond basic order management and include complex modeling tools, advanced analytics, and integrated execution management. Such features have made an OMS business-critical for many tier-one asset managers. At the same time, there has been a tendency to over-specify on OMS functionality, with businesses investing

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