Kevin Bradshaw, head of enterprise data at Reuters, is expanding his responsibilities to include real-time data. The move is designed to leverage Reuters’ strong position in front-office data, as the market moves toward an ‘on-demand’ environment, with reference data consumers taking information when they need it rather than waiting for a fixed update time. A recent survey conducted by A-Team Consulting, publisher of this newsletter, and commissioned by Reuters, indicated that users are increasingly requiring intra-day updates to reference data of all types. According to Peter Moss, head of Reuters’ enterprise client segment, “It is important to be able to present an appropriate mix of real-time and historical information for a particular business activity.”
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Reuters Taps Bradshaw to Lead Integrated Enterprise Data
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