RIMES Technologies Corporation, the award-winning benchmark data service provider, today announced that it has become an Elite Index Data Partner of NASDAQ OMX, the world’s largest exchange company and benchmark index provider.
All NASDAQ OMX indexes will be available via the RIMES Benchmark Data Service® (RIMES BDS®), the fully managed data service which takes care of clients’ entire benchmark data workflow, improving the quality, cost-effectiveness, speed and reliability of managing multiple sets of data, and removing the unseen cost and operational risk associated with in-house data management.
The RIMES BDS will further enhance NASDAQ OMX’s extensive data offering by formatting the data according to clients’ specific criteria, then delivering it via files customized exactly to fit their systems. They will receive data that is ready to use in their applications, and will be kept continuously updated throughout the process by the RIMES Global Support Team, on call through the working week and weekends.
“The Elite Index Data Partners program gives us the opportunity to acknowledge RIMES for offering the entire suite of NASDAQ OMX index weights data to its clients,” said Oliver Albers, Vice President of NASDAQ OMX Global Data Products. “We applaud RIMES for providing the highest quality data to their customers, enabling them to more effectively gauge the market’s performance and make educated buy and sell decisions.”
Christian Fauvelais, CEO, RIMES commented, “We are delighted to be joining this Partnership, which allows us to provide our clients with immediate, direct access to the full suite of data for all the NASDAQ OMX indexes via the RIMES BDS. This will improve our clients’ responsiveness to new benchmark data requirements and supplement their existing choice of indexes.”
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