More NewsFNX, NextSet Form Sales, Marketing and Development Alliance

FNX, NextSet Form Sales, Marketing and Development Alliance

FNX Limited (FNX), a leader in delivering financial technology solutions to the global capital markets and NextSet, a provider of Internet trading exchange solutions, have announced a strategic development, marketing and sales partnership to create a cross product eTrading system. Under this agreement, FNX and NextSet will enhance FNX’s Sierra Quantum order management system to support a wide variety of financial products in a fully Java-based, Web-enabled, order management system capable of supporting both eTrading and traditional voice orders in a single site or a global configuration. The collaboration between FNX and NextSet enables the companies’ finance industry clients around the globe to offer a multi-instrument eTrading environment to their customers, enriching the bank/customer relationship and extending reach throughout the financial value chain.

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