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Patsystems upgrades Pro-Mark front end

09 July 2007  |  1425 views  |  0 Source: Patsystems

Patsystems is pleased to announce the release of Pro-Mark 4.0, the front-end system for high volume, professional traders.

With sophisticated functionality designed specifically for energy traders accessing multiple markets directly from Pro-Mark's Live Quotes screen, customers can now trade the settlement market and minute marker, as well as crack spreads including GasOil/Brent.

New features of the leading front-end include hit and take buttons, active contracts filter and quick tabbing across all screens.

These new tools further strengthen the well-established, original Pro-Mark interface, which will continue to provide all of its existing advanced functionality to the professional trader community. In addition, Patsystems' extensive market connectivity, including access to ICE, CME and DME, will encourage customers to take advantage of the best execution functionality.

The Pro-Mark upgrade also includes enhancements to Reflector, Pro-Mark's depth of market trading screen, with the addition of a lots pad for quick volume entry, and a facility for colour coding orders across a trader account group for fast order monitoring across trading desks.

James Morris, Product Manager, Patsystems, said: "Energy markets are continuing to grow and we now have the tools to help traders manage this growth efficiently. This latest upgrade simplifies the electronic trading process for energy traders, by giving them all of the dedicated functionality they need without compromising the extensive market access."

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