BT Radianz Cloud community members can now enjoy secure and reliable access to ipushpull to speed up decision making and boost productivity
ipushpull, a London-based fintech, provides financial markets firms with secure cloud-based data and document sharing services to help speed up decision making, boost productivity and improve efficiency. Its platform allows real-time data to be securely and simultaneously shared between applications — such as trade blotters, Excel, databases and messaging functions. Users can also edit and share live updates on multiple applications across teams, breaking down information silos and providing consistency across the business. The platform also establishes and maintains an audit trail of context and data usage helping firms meet their regulatory compliance obligations.
The Radianz Cloud links a community of thousands of brokers, institutions, exchanges and clearing and settlement houses. Through a single, resilient and secure network connection, members can reliably access thousands of applications and services from more than 400 providers critical to the every-day running of the global financial sector.
For fintechs such as ipushpull, the Radianz Cloud provides a ready-to-exploit market reach and commercial structure to help them to grow quickly. For large financial institutions, it offers a source of innovation delivered to the stringent service levels and commercial frameworks that address their contractual or compliance expectations.
Matthew Cheung, CEO, ipushpull commented: “ipushpull is designed to enhance collaboration and productivity between teams across capital markets firms. Adding Radianz connectivity to multiple data sources enhances our technology and its unique collaborative functionality and provides further choices for our clients in the drive to increase efficiency. For ipushpull as a business, the Radianz Community creates opportunities to accelerate our growth.”
David Payne, managing director, Radianz Services, BT said: “The BT Radianz Cloud is a driving force of innovation delivering new ways for community members to grow, address regulations and drive efficiency. The introduction of ipushpull’s new service is a great example of how the Radianz community creates win-win scenarios for institutions and service providers alike. Institutions can now access ipushpull’s innovative data sharing services via their highly-secure and resilient Radianz Cloud connections, while ipushpull benefits from a ready-made marketplace with thousands of potential clients.”
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About BT Radianz Services
BT Radianz Services are designed specifically for the global financial markets. They include connectivity and hosting services between and within global trading venues. The BT Radianz Cloud platform supports one of the world’s largest secure networked financial communities offering access to thousands of applications and services from more than 400 providers.
For more information, visit https://www.globalservices.bt.com/uk/en/products/radianz
ipushpull provides secure real-time data sharing and collaboration for financial institutions between desktop applications such as Excel, cloud services such as Symphony, databases and internal proprietary systems on a fully access-controlled and audited platform. Learn more at https://www.ipushpull.com/.
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