EasyScreen to connect with IPE
26 March 2002 | 2876 views | 0
EasyScreen, a supplier of electronic derivatives trading systems, has become the first independent software vendor to promise screen-based access to the International Petroleum Exchange.
EasyScreen will be able to offer connectivity from the initial launch date of the IPE's major contracts - Brent Crude and Gas Oil futures - planned for autumn 2002.
Kevin Alldritt, head of third party solutions at the IPE, comments: "Independent Software Vendors such as EasyScreen are vitally important for the success of our transition to electronic trading."
Phillip Docker, chairman of EasyScreen, adds: "We see the IPE as important for a number of reasons, not least because this is the first experience of the conversion of a purely non-financial exchange. Our existing customers and current IPE traders will all benefit."