SmartTrade updates its Order Management System

Multi-national financial software development form SmartTrade announced today a new update for its Order Management System (OMS), including increased adoption in

Multi-national financial software development form SmartTrade announced today a new update for its Order Management System (OMS), including increased adoption in Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific.

SmartTrade’s OMS have given clients the ability to optimize their trading flow to handle client orders more efficiently across multiple desks, internalize client flows, and improve proprietary hedging strategies. SmartTrade’s OMS can be utilized by all desks involved in the trading chain, making sure all team members can service their client’s orders quickly, efficiently, and from any place in the world.

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SmartTrade OMS is a turn-key end-to-end solution supporting both e-orders and manual trading books. Integrating SmartTrade OMS into your existing platform is fairly simple, and is optimized for external systems, such as Single Dealer Platforms, existing liquidity feeds and existing front-ends.

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“We work closely with our clients to continuously improve our solution. The latest version of smartTrade OMS brings best-in-class functionality, whilst ensuring it continues to integrate well with other smartTrade and Client trading system components. The solution is designed for both global institutions and regional players.” David Vincent concludes, “The openness of our solution, together with the intuitive GUI, using our HTML5 framework and the cross-asset nature of our underlying components, sets us apart in the industry,” David Vincent, CEO of smartTrade Technologies.

“In addition to offering advanced controls, the cross-asset technology enables us to future proof our investment,” a broker client in Europe added on SmartTrade OMS.

 

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