Forget the slow, error-prone email exchanges, spreadsheets and legacy systems that can see operations teams spending up to 50% of their time manually retrieving and reconciling data across disparate systems.
Using QuantInsight + Symphony to Boost Market Tracking
This session also covered:
- Live demo of Qi’s RETINA platform and its integration in Symphony
- A preview into the future of the partnership and development between the two companies.
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