Financial Technology Congress 2008
|Event Date/Time: Feb 04, 2008||End Date/Time: Feb 06, 2008|
Do you need to build a sustainable infrastructure that can withstand significant growth over the next 3-5 years?
Do you want to win the race for low latency through a flexible, high speed infrastructure design that can handle high volumes of market data?
Do you need to determine whether your legacy system can be maximized or if it’s at the end of life phase?
Do you have vendor solutions that need to be seamlessly integrated into your existing and future systems?
Do you want to know how you can utilize your infrastructure to optimize existing systems and decrease unnecessary IT spend?
Do you need to integrate various data sources into a centralized data warehouse with minimal redundancy?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, then you should be attending the Financial Technology Congress 2008!
Why Spend Your Valuable Time At Financial Technology Congress 2008?
As market data volumes grow exponentially and the race for low latency heats up to mere nanoseconds, the technology tools your firm has in place can make or break its competitive edge. How can you ensure your firm stays ahead of the curve?
The Financial Technology Congress 2008 is the only event devoted to confronting the crucial technology issues affecting front, middle, and back offices across both the buy and sell sides.
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