ESignal and Dorman Trading team on market data

Source: eSignal

ESignal, a division of Interactive Data Corporation (NYSE: IDC) and a leading provider of streaming, real-time financial market data, news, analytics and decision-support tools for professional and individual traders, today announced that it has teamed with Dorman Trading, LLC to offer eSignal and eSignal OnDemand - Mini Futures users the same high-speed market data and trade order routing used by many professional firms worldwide.

A special plug-in allows users to send trade messages from within the software to their choice of supported brokers, which now includes Dorman Trading.

This partnership will allow eSignal to integrate Dorman Trading's unfiltered tick data, unique market access and high-speed Zen-Fire connection with the reliable, streaming market data charting package and customizable formulas of eSignal and eSignal OnDemand - Mini Futures.

"Our customers will benefit from Dorman Trading's 30-year reputation for reliability and innovation," said Chuck Thompson, president of eSignal. "By partnering with Dorman Trading, we are able to give our clients the flexibility to choose from among top brokers and integrate their trading from the eSignal products."

"We are thrilled to announce this new agreement with eSignal," said Marc Nagel, chief operating officer of Dorman Trading, LLC. "Our goal has always been to provide traders with the most current trading technologies and capabilities, and eSignal's advanced tools help us achieve that goal."

eSignal is a leading real-time quote service that delivers continuously updating, time-sensitive financial data over the Internet to active traders and individual investors. eSignal OnDemand - Mini Futures is a robust active trader platform, offering quotes, charts, back testing, programmable unique chart studies, and intraday and historical data.

eSignal and eSignal OnDemand - Mini Futures for Dorman Trading is available now.

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