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F&C Asset Management implements Screen INFOmatch's market data manager

17 July 2006  |  1983 views  |  0 Source: Screen INFOmatch

Screen INFOmatch, independent experts in market data and providers of market data management solutions, today announced that London-based F&C Asset Management has gone live with the ASP version of INFOmatch, the market data management and inventory system.

INFOmatch replaces MDM, a system from Market Data Services Ltd.

Michael Lackman, market data and procurement manager at F&C, says he preferred the speed and navigation of INFOmatch as well as the fact that people who aren't market data specialists can use it. "It is easy to use visually [and] it is user friendly," he says. "F&C chose the ASP version because space is an issue going forward, and it's possible to use it from home."

Lackman was familiar with INFOmatch from a previous job, and after using MDSL's Market Data Manager system for about a year, he decided to switch to INFOmatch.

John Lathouwers, global product marketing manager at Screen, commends Michael Lackman for its market data expertise. Michael has been in this business for many, many years. He is a true expert in market data administration. It is extremely stimulating for all of us that INFOmatch has been chosen by F&C.

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