More NewsJapanese Client for Patsystems

Japanese Client for Patsystems

Electronic trading systems firm Patsystems has signed a service level agreement with Japanese company Okato Shoji. Patsystems will provide Okato with a facilities management solution. The agreement is with Okato Shoji’s Tokyo office and means that the company can use Patsystems’ data centre in Tokyo – a complete trading installation, including exchange gateways, which is hosted on behalf of customers. Okato Shoji is a futures commission merchant with headquarters in Tokyo and branch offices and subsidiaries throughout Japan and overseas.

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