The decision to choose IPCâs integrated solution was driven by CLSAâs desire to improve trader productivity and reduce operational risk. CLSA traders will use IPCâs next generation turret IQ/MAX, which was launched in March of this year. In addition, CLSA will reap the benefits of IPCâs EHI (enterprise, hoot and intercom) solution which offers extensive connectivity options to off-floor personnel.
IPCâs proactive monitoring and management service, AFM (Advanced Fault Management), will deliver real-time visibility into CLSAâs entire trading infrastructure. This up-to-date status and commentary will help minimize financial risk associated with costly downtime that could result from emergency situations such as a power outage.
Rajah T, CLSA chief information officer said, âCLSA wanted a strategic partner who was innovative and who could help us explore the possibilities of VoIP for the trading floor. We felt that IPC best understood our goals and how technology would match the needs of our business.â
Stephen Phillips, IPC managing director of Asia said, âThe decision by CLSA to globally consolidate their trading room requirements with IPC is a huge endorsement of our investment and focus on solutions for the trading floor. IPC has an excellent track record in meeting client requirements, and we are very excited to be selected to provide solutions and services on a global level to a world class brokerage such as CLSA.â