Itiviti AB, introduced today, is a newly named company and brand, which marks the completion of the previously announced unification of Orc Group and CameronTec Group. Itiviti holds market leading positions in trading technology, financial messaging infrastructure and connectivity, and the combination significantly expands the customer proposition for banks, brokers and trading firms.
Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Itiviti has truly global capabilities, with 400 staff located in 13 offices worldwide, covering all major financial centers. The companies making up Itiviti have a track record of delivering innovative, world class trading and financial infrastructure solutions to the capital markets across all geographies and regulatory landscapes.
“We are delighted to present our new company,” says Torben Munch, CEO, Itiviti AB. “We are doing so with the confidence of two established, successful brands, Orc and CameronTec, with solid track records in our industry. By combining our respective skill sets in technology, products and services we can deliver a broad, yet advanced, high-performance platform. We feel that Itiviti holds a new and unrivaled position in terms of ability to meet specific customer requirements, ease of integration, and adaptability to changes in market structure and regulation.”
Itiviti will continue to develop, market, and support existing technology platforms, products and brands, including Orc Tbricks and Catalys. In fact, the new combination allows Itiviti to address a wider range of customer requirements for trading technology and infrastructure, with new products and services. Through state-of-the-art, integrated solutions built for the future, Itiviti will enable real cost savings for clients across all regions and markets
Itiviti is leveraging client and industry insight with technology expertise, and is uniquely positioned to provide effective support to its customers. All Itiviti solutions are backed by a highly skilled, global services organization and its team of experts are available for tasks such as daily technology support, system configuration and integration, and tailored trading solutions and strategies.
Finally, Itiviti’s Managed Services offers a fully managed solution to replace in-house trading infrastructure, reducing cost of ownership and allowing customers to concentrate fully on core trading activities. The high-performance, low latency Itiviti ecosystem includes market connectivity, systems operations, monitoring, backup and failover procedures.
For more information about Itiviti and its combined offering, please visit www.itiviti.com.
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