ETD launches ViewXone

A search-centric reference data workflow tool for the derivatives front, middle and back office.

ETD today announced the launch of ViewXone a cloud based service for exchange and reference data.

ViewXone offers instant access to high quality, normalised and detailed exchange and reference data on global futures and options contracts, defined by the user across data item, asset class and exchange coverage.

Commenting on its latest workflow product, Mark Woolfenden, Managing Director of ETD, said "we recognise that supplying high quality reference data in today's modern operations environment, has to be complemented by delivery tools that optimise data integration into clients' workflows.  ViewXone is part of a suite of cloud based workflow products, designed to deliver data where it is needed and avoid the cost of data feeds and related infrastructure."

ViewXone addresses the issues of siloed data in a business, including inaccurate data, process failures leading to out trades and the more expensive integration of new functional applications, where silo legacy costs and merging large complex feeds remain a challenge for technology groups.

"ViewXone reimagines ETD's online presence by opening up our entire product suite and full set of data assets to consumers wanting to get the data important to them, as and when they need it whether that be reference, calendar, instrument symbology or regulatory reporting data across over 100 global exchanges and 100,000 listed future and option contracts" said Gregg Whitbread, Business Development Director.

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