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Eze Software Group Named Among Top 100 Global Providers of Financial Technology by IDC Financial Insights

Prestigious Ranking Recognizes Growth, Investment and Innovation

Eze Software Group, a premier provider of global investment technology, has been ranked No. 56 on the 2015 IDC Financial Insights FinTech Rankings. The comprehensive ranking of vendors in the financial services industry is based on the 2014 calendar year revenues related to the financial services industry.

“These rankings recognize our commitment to provide our customers with the most innovative technology solutions,” said Pete Sinisgalli, Chief Executive Officer of Eze Software Group. “We have continued to significantly grow R&D spending over the last two years to make investments that deliver truly valuable technology solutions to buy- and sell-side institutions worldwide.”

Eze Software Group has added 175 clients year-to-date on its Investment Suite across a wide variety of financial services firms, including hedge funds, traditional asset managers and pension funds. Eze Software Investment Suite includes an order management system (OMS), execution management system (EMS) and the portfolio management system (PMS), among other applications, that Eze Software Group has worked to integrate into a seamless platform. Many clients use more than one of these applications. Overall, Eze Software Group services more than 2,000 financial institutions worldwide across the buy side and sell side.

Now in their 12th year, the IDC Financial Insights FinTech Rankings categorize and evaluate the top providers of financial technology based on calendar year revenues from financial institutions for hardware, software and services. They serve as a critical tool for financial services institutions to use during strategic planning when they consider new investments in third party solutions.