ETD releases Symphony App

ETD releases Symphony app, adding to its workflow product suite and furthering its strategic partnership with ipushpull.

ETD is pleased to announce the release of its first reference data application that can be deployed into the Symphony secure team collaboration environment, in the second deliverable from its strategic partnership with ipushpull, the powerful data sharing and workflow platform.

The application will provide licensed Symphony users on demand access to ETD’s reference data sets. Enabling secure data transfer between internal and external counterparties, to resolve trade-processing, including incorrect or missing trade data, pre-trade risk, clearing, settlement and regulatory reporting issues.

Commenting on the announcement, Mark Woolfenden, Managing Director of ETD, said “The release of our first Symphony application endorses our strategy of providing embedded, on demand workflow functionality to clients accessing our reference data. Community messaging solutions are a perfect medium for requesting and retrieving unique data sets as part of rapidly developing workflow technologies.” He added, “We also look forward to working with ipushpull to develop a clutch of bots, to further enhance our customers’ experience in using our data services.”

Matthew Cheung, CEO of ipushpull, said “We are very pleased to be working with ETD, who are using ipushpull to dramatically improve workflow efficiency for their clients. Through a single connection to ipushpull, ETD is now able to deliver live and on demand data into Symphony, as an App and as a chatbot, and direct into client-side Excel.” Adding, “Our rapid delivery provides both a fast time to market and a new way for ETD to monetise their data”

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