Software House of the Year, Asia – SunGard Energy & Commodities
The new US derivatives regulatory regime to raise transparency and reporting requirements for energy traders will present business opportunities for technology companies in the sector
SunGard says focusing on resilient technology has left some firms flatfooted for business continuity
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Our 2010 Software House of the Year goes to SunGard Energy & Commodities. Over the past 12 months the company has made several significant investments in its energy and commodities business, including...
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SunGard and SAP jointly launch product
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