Attendees Will Learn the Role of Cloud-Based Market Data Distribution in Controlling Costs
SAN MATEO, Calif.: Xignite, Inc., the leading provider of market data cloud services, will participate at the Financial Information Services Division (FISD) Real-Time Technology Roundtable on September 18 in New York City. Trevor Vale, Global Head of Platform Sales and Business Development for Xignite, will discuss the relationship of market data technology in managed services.
The September roundtable “Managed Services – Coming of Age” will focus on the managed services available to support large financial organizations driving need for market data cost reduction. Vale will be discussing how Xignite’s cloud-based Enterprise Data Distribution solution (EDD) lets financial institutions reduce market data spend and drive innovation by making the data available globally through a dedicated, branded market data cloud. Executives from Xignite clients NYSE Technologies and S&P Capital IQ, and representatives from Thomson Reuters, and Interactive Data Corp. will join him on the panel.
Vale oversees global product and sales initiatives for Xignite’s Enterprise Data Distribution platform, targeted at large global financial institutions and Market Data Distribution platform, targeted at exchanges and data vendors. Prior to joining Xignite, he ran sales and marketing for Breakingviews, a global provider of financial commentary acquired by Thomson Reuters. Previously he held sales leadership roles at Reuters and then Thomson Reuters. Vale graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada.
Xignite, Inc. is the leading provider of Market Data Cloud solutions. Xignite offers more than 40 financial APIs providing real-time, historical, and reference data across all asset classes and fulfills more than 6 billion requests per month. Xignite CloudAPIs power mobile financial applications, websites, and front-, middle- and back-office functions for more than 1000 clients worldwide, including Wells Fargo, GE, Computershare, Investopedia, Personal Capital, Natixis, Charles Schwab, Seeking Alpha, Stocktwits, Starbucks, and NetSuite. The company also powers private-label, on-demand data distribution solutions for exchanges, including NASDAQ OMX, NYSE Euronext, Direct Edge, Alpha Trading; data vendors SIX Financial Information, BGC Partners, and financial institutions.
The Financial Information Services Division (FISD) of the Software and Information Industry Association provides a neutral business forum for exchanges, market data vendors, specialist data providers, brokerage firms, investment managers and banks to address and resolve business and technical issues related to the distribution, management, administration and use of market data. For more information, visit www.fisd.net.