"Providing a complete suite of AWS services in FinQloud represents the next step forward in the transformation of the way the financial services industry builds, provisions, and manages mission critical applications," said Stacie Swanstrom, Head of Access Services at NASDAQ OMX. "We give customers the ability to leverage AWS services alongside the secure R3 regulatory data storage, further expanding the FinQloud ecosystem. This empowers market participants to re-architect their businesses for the future."
"FinQloud is removing the barriers that financial services organizations have faced when launching new applications," said Adam Selipsky, Vice President of AWS. "Tradier has built their entire business on FinQloud powered by AWS, and is a great example of how innovators in the financial services industry are bringing exciting new apps to market faster, avoiding large CapEx investments and lowering costs while meeting their regulatory obligations. We're pleased to continue our deep relationship with NASDAQ OMX in offering more AWS services to the FinQloud platform, and congratulate Tradier on the launch of their business, which will help customers save time and lower costs."
About Tradier, Inc.:
Tradier, Inc. ( www.tradier.com) is a financial services cloud platform provider that offers a ground breaking platform to serve Platform Providers, Banks and Traders. The Tradier offering features an innovative set of fully hosted API's, modules and "out of the box" tools that are leveraged by a growing list of providers.About Tradier Brokerage Inc.: Tradier Brokerage, Inc. member FINRA, SIPC is an independent subsidiary of Tradier Inc. About FinQloud: NASDAQ OMX FinQloud, powered by Amazon Web Services, is a secure, cloud computing platform designed exclusively for the financial services sector. FinQloud combines AWS cloud computing expertise with enhanced security from NASDAQ OMX to provide cost-effective and efficient management, storage and processing of financial data. FinQloud helps firms significantly reduce the operational costs and complexities associated with data and infrastructure management – enabling more effective deployment of scarce resources.