Thomson Reuters signs three-year contract with European Central Bank
Mar 13, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Thomson Reuters Corporation has signed a three-year contract with the European Central Bank, or ECB, to roll out Thomson Reuters Eikon desktops across the ECB and 18 participating national central banks.
The contract is a market data purchasing initiative managed by the Eurosystem Procurement Coordination Office (EPCO), which has a role to foster the participation of the ECB and the national central banks in joint procurement actions.
Thomson Reuters Eikon is designed to provide next-generation solution for consuming historical data, connecting with the financial markets community and executing financial markets transactions across asset classes such as foreign exchange (FX), fixed income, commodities, equities and derivatives.
Driven by search engine technology, Eikon carries data, news, charts, insightful commentary, analytics and trade execution tools through views that can be customized to individual user preferences and workflow.
"Thomson Reuters is incredibly proud to form this long-term partnership with the European Central Bank in order to roll-out Eikon desktops across many of Europe's central banks," said Peter Moss, managing director of Trading, Thomson Reuters.
"We are getting great feedback from our customers regarding usability and performance in Eikon as well as excitement around innovations we are making in areas such as search and visualization. Our customers recognize how simple we have made it to navigate and analyze the unrivalled depth of content we have which alongside key social tools and advanced analytics makes for a very powerful one-stop solution."
"The European Central Bank is always looking for ways to improve access to market information, encourage collaboration and increase cost efficiencies for its members. We appreciate Thomson Reuters Eikon as a powerful financial markets desktop that makes it easy for our users to find and analyze the information they need and connect with their peers, both at their desk and through mobile devices," said Mora Golding from the European Central Banks's market data management.
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