Trading Technologies Preps September OMS Launch

The anticipated replacement for its X_Trader platform will share a tightly integrated ecosystem with its EMS, and will debut a raft of new order handling features.

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Chicago-based trading software vendor Trading Technologies (TT) is preparing to launch its new desktop integrated order management system (OMS) in September, featuring a range of new order handling tools and techniques for brokers that differentiate it from the vendor’s existing execution management system (EMS).

“The work we have done in the last couple of years is to build out some of the most advanced order handling features and functionality so that we can accommodate the most complex use

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