18 April 2015

TwoFour reports client implementation

03 September 2008  |  1351 views  |  0 Source: TwoFour

TwoFour, a leading solutions provider to the financial services industry, is pleased to announce that the world's leading global broker of exchange-listed futures and options, is live with TwoFour.

The client licensed TwoFour for its London Treasury business and complete front to back processing across asset classes including foreign exchange, money market, cash management, exchange traded futures and options, OTC options, fixed income and interest rate swaps. Individuals from both firms worked collectively to enhance TwoFour's product coverage to include interest rate swaps, fixed income, and internal arbitrage, and ended up with an outstanding product that meets the broker's business requirements while providing the flexibility and scalability they require. The enhancement project leveraged TwoFour's architecture and Software Development Life Cycle methodology with integrated automated testing and validates TwoFour's ability to quickly and efficiently help organizations migrate onto their solution.

TwoFour provides a distinct advantage over their previous supplier by leveraging current technology that is designed to evolve as technologies evolve. TwoFour's flexibility made it easy to quickly configure the application to meet the broker's specific business needs. Once their required development was complete, the new solution was implemented in just a few months. Activities from the broker's many businesses are fed into TwoFour in real-time allowing the broker to effectively manage its business as well as its clients' business. TwoFour provides the broker's front office with enhanced real-time position and profit and loss information for currency and interest rate exposures to facilitate better decisions in today's fast moving markets. TwoFour's integrated workflow and interface tools streamline the back office processing.

 

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