Reference data management supplier Soliton has added FT Interactive Data’s securities pricing feeds in the U.K. and Europe to its TimeSquare platform. The move is part of Soliton’s drive to add the major data vendors to its library of acquisition workflows. The term ‘acquisition workflow’ refers to the end-to-end process of loading, mapping, checking and distributing reference market data. Soliton’s library now includes acquisition workflows for market data feeds from FT Interactive Data, Reuters, Bloomberg, Telekurs, Standard & Poor’s and others. “FT Interactive Data’s products are used extensively in Europe to support fund pricing, securities operations, research and portfolio management,” said Carole Mahoney, director of U.K. sales at Soliton. “The release of this new data acquisition loader not only enriches the most comprehensive reference data management solution available today, but also emphasizes our commitment to the European marketplace. Most significantly, it gives our customers the ability to integrate FT Interactive Data’s content into a new or existing reference database and be operational in less than three weeks.”
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