NEW YORK – July 11, 2019 – IPC, a leading global provider of secure, compliant communications and networking solutions for financial market participants, continues to break Waters Rankings records with its recent win in the ‘Best Trading Floor Communication System Provider’ category. This marks the fourteenth time that IPC has been selected for this prestigious honor, holding the record for most wins in a single category in the awards program’s 17-year history. IPC has won for Unigy, its flagship solution.
Unigy is a widely adopted, secure, compliant, end-to-end solution purpose-built to address the specific needs of the global regulated financial markets community. Unigy has experienced robust growth in installations over the past year and seamlessly interoperates with IPC’s Connexus financial ecosystem -consisting of over 6,400 market participant locations in 700 cities around the world – with access to other industry-leading partners and providers.
The Waters Rankings are the annual readers’ choice awards of Waters Magazine, which recognize the combined leadership of technological capabilities and human expertise in various categories. Qualified voters participating in the Waters rankings are from buy- and sell-side firms as well as exchanges and interdealer brokers.
IPC is a technology and service leader powering the global financial markets. We help clients anticipate change and solve problems, setting the standard with industry expertise, exceptional service and comprehensive technology. With a customer-first mentality, IPC brings together one of the largest and most diverse global financial ecosystems spanning all asset classes and market participants. As the enabler of this ecosystem, IPC empowers the community to interact, transact and react to market changes and challenges, and we collaborate with our customers to help make them secure, productive, compliant and connected. Visit IPC.com and follow us on Linkedin and Twitter (@IPC_Systems_Inc).
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