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Entitlements Managed, Data Converted and Delivered, Across your Global Fabric

The TREP Publisher converts market data from Exegy real-time appliances for use across the Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform, allowing your firm to use Exegy’s lower-cost, faster market data with legacy Refinitiv applications.

Exegy offers two fully managed Entitlements-as-a-Service to keep your firm in compliance and optimize the use of market data resources. Exegy Entitlements is a comprehensive, vendor agnostic solution for data usage, permissioning and audit control. DART for Bloomberg focuses on your premium Bloomberg terminal subscriptions—how they’re being used and by whom.

Exegy Products for Enterprise:

Exegy Entitlements provides customers with the control necessary to optimize their market data services and avoid fines for non-compliance by managing user and application access to fee-liable data.

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Transitioning to Exegy market data doesn’t have to mean abandoning legacy applications. The Exegy TREP Publisher converts market data from Exegy real-time market data solutions for use across the Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform (TREP).

DART for Bloomberg

Exegy’s proprietary usage optimization tool DART for Bloomberg gives you the insights you need to make the most of your terminal subscription spend.

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