Cameron Systems signs Velocity Systems as services provider
14 November 2005 | 2039 views | 0
Source: Cameron Systems
Leading global FIX protocol solutions provider, Cameron Systems today announced a Services Partner agreement with financial sector IT solutions provider Velocity Systems for the provision of FIX implementation services based on Cameron Systems' full suite of products, as well as supplementary commercial support services for select institutions.
Cameron Systems' partner agreement with Velocity brings together the leading CameronFIX platform with Velocity's proven and reliable consulting, Java development and support services.
"We are pleased to be working with the world's leading FIX-based electronic trading solution," said Alan Scott, Velocity Systems' CEO. "Our partnership with Cameron Systems is a natural progression following a number of recent joint client projects including the FIX-enabling of the eSpeed FX platform. The proven CameronFIX architecture and connection flexibility for guaranteed counterparty connectivity completes Velocity's capabilities for providing integrated, high performance FIX-based products and services for the financial community."
Cameron Systems' Director of Sales, Glenn Cruickshank says: "This commercial support and professional services partnership will allow clients benefiting from the Cameron Systems and Velocity alliance to receive a complete integrated product with customised support from Velocity in a number of geographies."
Today's announcement follows recent news regarding Velocity's strategic alliance with existing Cameron Systems Software Partner Logicscope, a London-based product company specialising in post trade notification (STP) and market data integration.
Cameron Systems provides FIX connectivity platforms for Exchanges, Brokers, Fund Managers, Transaction Networks, Software Vendors and other industry participants. The CameronFIX platform provides support for all versions of the FIX protocol (v4.0 to v4.4), all supported instrument types and message types across the trade life cycle.