Thomson Reuters is providing access to time critical market information, economic data and news to Windows Mobile devices. Providing access to such vital information in real-time will enable Thomson Reuters financial professionals to take advantage of more opportunities for customers, by ensuring they are kept immediately up to date with market news and movements. The extension of the service to Windows Mobile devices allows Thomson Reuters to broaden its wireless service to a much wider customer base. The corporate functionality of Windows Mobile devices is combined with an open development platform. The Reuters Wireless Delivery Service can be integrated into the customer’s existing Reuters Market Data System, which the company sees as extending the value of all the available data sources being consumed by the enterprise market data platform.
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