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Seed CX Selects Corvil to Support Service Performance

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Digital asset exchange Seed CX has selected Corvil to deliver trusted and timely intelligence to assure the performance of its platform. Built for institutional investors, Seed CX’s execution and settlement ecosystem seeks to establish a new standard for reliability and performance. Corvil provides visibility across the company’s client access options and proprietary binary protocol. This allows support teams to understand technology infrastructure and trading behaviour as it happens, simplifying the process of responding to order related client queries. The ability to analyse and tune infrastructure performance means Corvil can enable more efficient, effective and proactive operations.

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