Digital trading platform OpenMarkets has announced an agreement with Agility Applications to provide technology to the financial services industry.
The agreement will see Agility provide a suite of technology solutions and services around comprehensive data management infrastructure, APIs and middleware to OpenMarkets.
Agility, a member of the HUB24 group, provides a broad range of market-leading data integrations, technology solutions and delivery services to brokers and wealth management platforms.
By partnering with OpenMarkets it will be able to provide customer record and transaction data, management capabilities, data gateways and more to the trading platform.
OpenMarkets chief executive Andrea Marani said the agreement with Agility was a fantastic opportunity to improve and expand client services.
“Agility has established a solid reputation for delivering customised solutions for financial services clients, which we have leveraged as part of our concerted push to personalise and improve our services,” she said.
Ms Marani said Agility had supported their integration with Saxo Capital Markets to allow for international equities trading and the agreement would give Agility access to new state-of-the-art API infrastructure.
Agility founder Craig Apps said the company was proud to partner with OpenMarkets to deliver a suite of data, API and connectivity solutions.
“OpenMarkets sets itself apart from other providers with its focus on technology and open systems, which are also core tenets that underpin Agility’s approach to business and technology,” he said.
Mr Apps said OpenMarkets’ open architecture model coupled with its push for scalable systems had made it one of Australia’s most advanced trading platforms.
“Agility’s suite of tools, when coupled with OpenMarkets innovative solutions, will create a digital trading platform that will be a market leader,” he said.
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