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FEM Business launches MarketXS services

15 December 2004  |  1312 views  |  0 Source: MarketXS

MarketXS, leading provider of real-time market data technology and trading solutions, and Reed Business Information, today announced the successful implementation of MarketXS' market data services on fembusiness.nl, the website of the leading business weekly in The Netherlands, FEM Business.

FEM Business is part of Reed Business Information, the Dutch branch of Reed Elsevier's business to business division. Reed Business Information companies are providers of information and marketing solutions and hold more than 5.000 products for professionals. Their services include magazines (FEM Business, Elsevier, Beleggers Belangen, etc.) and web information services (Zibb.nl).

FEM Business launched MarketXS services on fembusiness.nl, such as market watches, graphs and detailed data of Euronext Amsterdam. Moreover, a MarketXS AEX graph is included in the FEM Business Update newsletter, which is daily around noon sent to over 10.000 customers. FEM Business decided to choose the MarketXS solution, because of the seamless integration with their existing website back-end and the high quality and availability of the data.

Ronald Kleinveld, MarketXS Managing Director, comments: 'We are excited to add FEM Business to our customer data base, connecting the leading Dutch business weekly to our platform. MarketXS delivers significantly lower costs, the newest technology and optimal content offering for web based financial portals. We are proud to see that more and more leading media companies in The Netherlands use our services to give their website visitors access to financial data.'

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