SIX Telekurs and ReferenceDataFactory LLC (RDF) have today announced the availability of RDF Adaptive Client Technology for the Valordata Feed. In keeping with its mission to provide out-of-the-box reference data integration solutions, ReferenceDataFactory has added full support for Valordata Feed (VDF), SIX Telekurs’ flagship securities reference data service.
The Valordata Feed from SIX Telekurs is a complete back office solution, providing comprehensive security master reference data, corporate actions and valuation pricing for over 5 million global securities. VDF, which was designed from the start to facilitate straight-through processing, delivers even the most complex data in a simple coded manner to eliminate ambiguities and to speed processing. Specifically, the sophisticated data structure of VDF seamlessly links all data elements associated with a security — from terms and conditions, to prices, to markets, to current and historical corporate actions and events.
By preserving the data linkages inherent in VDF, we’ve ensured that customers retain the full benefit of the structure and encoding unique to SIX Telekurs data service‖, said Gerry Marsh, Managing Director of RDF. ―These data linkages are critical for the holistic view which is crucial to an effective data management processing chain. VDF in RDF will add tremendous integration value for customers.
ReferenceDataFactory provides scalable and adaptable reference data integration technology based on open standards. Delivering underlying technology and out of the box data feed adaptation, customers can concentrate on publishing comprehensive information throughout the enterprise rather than on integration of internal or external data sources.
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