Orange Business Services - Trading Solutions, the leader in voice and electronic trading infrastructure and services for the trading communities, today announced the launch of Open Trade, the first innovative trading communications platform, in Korea.
The cloud-ready smart turret combines voice, video, email, instant messaging and web-based applications into one communication device.
Sold in partnership with a local company Daehung Data Communications, Open Trade combines an intuitive and flexible approach to unified communications and brings together the essential tools a trader needs for speedy transactions in the fast-moving global financial markets. Open Trade provides reliable, secure and fast contact management, but also intelligent presence management. Its native internet protocol (IP) and session initiation protocol (SIP) standard interfaces ensure flexibility so that the platform can adapt to any organisational configuration, and is optimised for smooth deployment, aligning with customers' IT architecture. Its compact design also enables a space saving of 80% in the technical room and 50% desk real estate.
"We are proud to be distributing Open Trade in Korea and working with this innovative product which has a strong track record for optimising traders' reactivity, comfort and productivity. Users will be able to concentrate on successful trading operations, enjoying the simplicity and ease of communication that the solution offers," said Mr. Chin-Hwa Chang CEO, Daehung Data Communications.
"The Korean market is a key target area for Trading Solutions with strong growth and potential in the region," said Antoine Bourgeois, head of North East Asia, Orange Business Services - Trading Solutions. "Daehung Data Communications is a strong and well established partner in Korea and is well known for its customer service, reliability and expertise in the voice trading. As part of our worldwide strategy, we are at the forefront of delivering the tools that the industry needs to meet today's challenges and are proud to present Open Trade in Korea."