U.K. data vendor Exchange Data International (EDI) has entered into a marketing alliance with Chicago-based Market Data Integrators (MDI). Under the deal, MDI will market EDI’s data services in the U.S., outside of the Northeast. Kurt Klein, MDI president, says the company plans to expand EDI’s reach particularly among buy-side users and expects to field four sales associates within the next three months.
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Recorded Webinar: The Reference Data Utility: How and Why Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase and Morgan Stanley are on board
This webinar has passed, but you can view the recording by registering here. The topic of a utility model for reference data management is not new. But now we have a real world example in the form of the Reference Data Utility, based on SmartStream’s platform and backed by three founding partners: Goldman Sachs, JP...
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The on-site data management model is broken. Resources have been squeezed to breaking point. The industry needs a new operating model if it is truly to do more with less. Can hosted/managed services provide the answer? Can the marketplace really create and maintain a utility-based approach to reference data management? And if so, how can...