Source: RTS Realtime Systems
RTS Realtime Systems Group and Systex Corporation (SYSTEX) today announced that they have entered into a distribution agreement to sell and support the entire portfolio of RTS' professional trading solutions to the Taiwanese market.
SYSTEX is a world-class information technology services and software services provider operating its businesses throughout Asia. The leading IT service provider in Taiwan, SYSTEX has several business units focusing on E-Business, Commercial Software, Data Management and Integration, Electronic Business Services and Financial Services.
"We are pleased to welcome SYSTEX as our Certified Partner," said John Dempsey, Vice President, Business Development at RTS, responsible for worldwide partnerships. "RTS has 15 years of experience providing customers with high-performance market connectivity and proven trading solutions. SYSTEX has a strong presence and large customer base in Taiwan and Mainland China. Their industry knowledge and drive to provide local customers with state-of-the-art solutions were key to our decision to enter into a partnership."
"We look forward to bringing RTS' wide range of financial marketplace trading solutions and services to our strong and growing Taiwanese client base," said Tina Kuo, Vice President of SYSTEX. "There is growing demand in Taiwan for high performance, highspeed access to markets all over the world, and RTS and SYSTEX now can offer this capability to institutions and firms, as well as individual traders."
Steffen Gemuenden, Co-CEO and President of RTS, added: "The partnership with SYSTEX ensures that RTS can now further channel its product solutions to local and international Taiwanese players. Asia will clearly continue to be among the most important markets for financial services in the next decade. Partnering with SYSTEX gives us strong local representation in one of the most promising and prosperous markets, and it builds on our growing presence in Asia following the establishment last summer of our distribution partnership for the Japanese market."