LatentZero integrates Cameron Systems FIX engine with Minerva OMS
28 April 2004 | 820 views | 0
LatentZero, a world-leader in providing buy-side front office technology for the global asset management industry, today announced a strategic partnership with leading global Financial Information Exchange [FIX] engine vendor, Cameron Systems, for integration of the CameronFIX engine with its Minerva Order Management System.
The CameronFIX interface for the Minerva Order Management System will support the FIX protocol's spec versions 4.0 - 4.4. Under the terms of the agreement, LatentZero will offer customers a single vendor FIX solution with CameronFIX version 6.1 fully integrated.
"LatentZero's partnership with Cameron Systems will result in a more reliable, flexible connectivity option for customers of its order management and trading system," said Glenn Cruickshank, Sales Director, Cameron Systems. "Greater efficiencies and seamless FIX connectivity can be expected with CameronFIX now fully embedded."
Paul Charie, UK Director of Sales for LatentZero, says the partnership agreement will benefit clients and prospects alike. "LatentZero's complete product set is based on an open architecture which made for ease of integration with the CameronFIX engine. The combination of market leading technologies, expertise and business knowledge makes our offer unique. Both the LatentZero and Cameron Systems product sets have the ability to scale easily for small to large firms, therefore making the partnership a good match."
LatentZero recently celebrated its fifth year in business, with revenues increasing at over 100 per cent, year on year. It is set to open a new European office to complement its current sites in London, Boston and New York, as well as its presence in Hong Kong and Singapore.