Tap Solutions has expanded its data coverage with the introduction of new feed managers for the TAPMaster suite. The addition of Reuters Estimates and Reuters Fundamentals from Reuters Knowledge Direct and FT Interactive Data’s FTS portfolio administration tool to the TAPMaster feed manager library enables Tap to offer access to 21 different datafeed services from 11 different vendors. TAP expects to announce support for additional Reuters products in the coming months and will continue to expand its collection of feed managers and data management modules before the close of 2006, it says.
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Tap Solutions Expands its Datafeed Services
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