Fast Track : Technology - helping to meet the challenges of electronic FX
With Peter Kriskinans, Managing Director of DealHub, one of the
leading providers of financial market software solutions.
Peter, the DealHub product suite was first launched back in 1997.
Since then, why have so many of the worlds top FX dealing banks
chosen DealHub to support their e-trading and trade processing
DealHub was born 15 years ago, out of a close collaboration with
a large Swiss bank - and since then, we've never lost sight of
the importance of deep engagement with our customers. Over the
years, we've worked side by side with clients to build a profound
understanding of their workflows, developing products that solve
real issues and work seamlessly with in house systems. I think a
key reason for our success is that we offer the kind of
convenience you're looking for when buying an off the shelf
product from a vendor, with the integration and performance you
might expect from a bespoke solution.
We've also kept a very sharp eye on speed and reliability as
we've built out our solutions, always looking to improve
performance, streamline our software and build in the resiliency
that eliminates downtime - that's why the world's biggest banks
trust us with their high volume, high speed, high risk traffic;
we never cut corners.
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