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SIX Financial Information boosts Telekurs iD mobile version for Android

05 December 2013  |  1752 views  |  0 Source: SIX Financial Information

Telekurs iD, SIX Financial Information's display product for monitoring markets and screening potential investments, now supports an enhanced mobile version based on HTML5 and suited for smart phones running on the Android operating system.

Telekurs iD mobile provides global asset managers and wealth managers with access to the most up to date global stock quotes, charts and news. To meet the demands of a diverse smart phone operating system landscape, SIX Financial Information developed an enhanced HTML5 version optimized for those clients who utilize mobile phones that run on the Android mobile operating system. It also runs on other devices such as the latest BlackBerry.

As with the existing Telekurs iD mobile displays, clients who subscribe to the Wealth Management and Asset Management packages of Telekurs iD automatically have access to the platform via an URL link, enabling them to view their data in their mobile environment at no additional cost. In comparison to the previous Telekurs iD mobile HTML display, the launched version has an improved user interface and functionality - such as automatic price notification.

"Our Telekurs iD mobile displays for the iPhone and BlackBerry are highly valued by users. This new version also allows clients who have a smart phone that runs on the Android operating system to have continuous access to their portfolio of securities," stated Reto Künzle, Product Management Display at SIX Financial Information. 

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