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3di Releases Profiler Version 6 with Enriched Catalogue of Alt Data Vendors

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3d innovations (3di) has launched version 6 of its vendor analysis tool Profiler, a web-based tool that provides comparative and benchmarking information on market and reference data services, and associated technologies. Version 6 provides an enriched catalogue of alternative data vendors covering multiple industries beyond financial services and delivering unique datasets from non-traditional sources that give traders, asset and wealth managers, and brokers a potential investment edge. 3di developed version 6 in response to client need to derive new insights and expects to cover up to 1,000 alternative data vendors by 2020.

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