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Fintech's next frontier: Data-as-a-Service

Data has always been important to financial markets. In 1850 Paul Julius Reuter used pigeons to carry stock prices between Germany and Brussels because they were faster than trains. Now there are not enough pigeons to carry the amount of data being generated on a daily basis.

Data-as-a-Service can provide easy access to live streaming data and analytics at any time and anywhere.

Download the report to learn about the importance of Data-as-a-Service in facilitating remote working and accelerating digital initiatives within the financial markets industry, including:

  • How Data-as-a-Service creates new digital distribution channels for your data

  • The impact of Covid-19 on sales and trading desks

  • The multiple use cases for Data-as-a-Service in financial markets

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