Schiphol Oost / Frankfurt - July 11, 2005 - MarketXS, the fast growing provider of real-time market data technology and trading solutions in Europe, today announced the opening of an office in Frankfurt, Germany.
The German office is expected to enhance MarketXS' sales activities in the German speaking regions, including Germany, Switzerland and Austria, along with providing technical support capabilities for the MarketXS line of products.
MarketXS will be actively promoting its products to financial institutions in the region, to include among others the real-time trading desktop MarketXSPro(tm), Order Routing platform TradeNet(tm), the MarketXS data feed and the white-labeling technology for data distribution and the creation of liquidity pools. Following last week's announcement of the partnership with Hyperfeed, MarketXS will also distribute and support Market Data Platform (HMDP), the dealing room data distribution platform based on TRS technology, and Open Collaborative Container (OCC), the dealing room terminal based on Active8 technology.
Marc Visser, Chief Operating Officer of MarketXS, comments: ' We are excited to be promoting the MarketXS product offering to financial institutions in the German speaking region, and to better serve our rapidly growing customer base in this region through a local presence. As an international financial center that is rapidly gaining importance in the high-tech sector, Frankfurt is a logical foothold for us from where to further expand into Europe. We expect to announce the opening of additional offices in Europe in the next months.'
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