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Telekurs Financial Links VDF with CSK’s X-Gen Software

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Telekurs Financial has added to its list of applications software partners in a new deal with existing partner CSK Software. The latest deal provides integration between Telekurs Financial’s Valordata Feed (VDF), offering master and event data, as well as international securities pricing, and CSK’s X-Gen business automation and integration software. Says Telekurs U.K. chief Beat Koch, “The CSK solution imports VDF messages and automatically adapts them to a financial institution’s particular target system.”

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