Nordic Financial Systems (NFS) has launched its Market Information Interface (MII) solution for users of Trema’s Finance KIT. The product, developed in conjunction with a leading government institution, will provide Finance KIT users with market information from providers including Bloomberg and Reuters. MII provides an alternative to companies who do not require this information in real-time as it is currently offered. Magnus Lind, CEO at NFS comments: ‘For many organisations a real-time data feed is excessive for their requirements and the end result is that they incur high cost with little return. MII is a perfect solution for organisations who value portfolios and measure risk at intervals or simply at end of day, enabling them to realise an almost immediate ROI.’
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