8/21/2014

Many brokerages and investment banks are using outdated order management systems, and a substantial proportion have no plan to update their systems in the next two years. That could put laggardly firms at a disadvantage in the marketplace, writes Beau Alexander. "[T]he main question to ask of OMS technology is: can it process data fast enough to be effective? And, if not, can someone else's?" he argues.

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