Wheat Ridge, Colorado - July 13, 2005 - ADP/Vantra, a division of Automatic Data Processing, Inc.'s (NYSE: ADP) Brokerage Services Group, announced today that HybridTrading, LLC has gone live with ADP/Vantra's Internet-based online trading system, VOLTS. Designed to support all types of brokerage businesses, VOLTS(tm) provides firms and investors Internet access to their accounts and portfolios.
HybridTrading, LLC is an innovative new brokerage firm that uses a combination of directed and guided services to help investors meet their financial responsibilities and investment goals. To support their business strategies, Hybrid needed a state-of-the-art Internet trading solution that was easily customizable to its needs. ADP/Vantra's VOLTS was the clear answer. Powered by the technologically advanced VOLTS solution, Hybrid is able to deliver a high-quality web site for all its customers' needs, including an integrated platform for online trading, free cost basis and asset allocation reporting, and support for Hybrid's proprietary GuidedPlannersm planning module.
Julie Bussing, President of HybridTrading commented, "VOLTS has provided us with the industry leading tools and innovative technology we needed to launch our customer-focused web site. We are very pleased to be working with ADP/Vantra".
David Swift, Senior Vice President and General Manager of ADP/Vantra commented, "We are extremely excited about our partnership with HybridTrading to provide sophisticated investor tools to the online marketplace. We wish HybridTrading great success with their new brokerage business".
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