OMS/EMS Convergence in the Cloud: Better Together

Industry changes are leading to endless possibilities for firms that want to take advantage of the benefits.

Boston, February 2, 2021 – Execution management and order management systems—the linchpins of the front office—have come a long way in a relatively short period of time. Less than 15 years ago, clunky and expensive technology implementations were either created by asset managers or bought from specialized vendors that spent most of their time building platforms intended to deliver functional requirements and workflow needs. But going forward, vendors will leverage what they have learned in the existing markets and more developed asset classes to modernize offerings and provide clients with new and sophisticated capabilities.

This report discusses the marketplace trends that are influencing OMS and EMS innovations. Aite Group revisits the topic against a backdrop of profound changes to industry structure and explores the drivers for modern deployments. The report is based on interviews conducted with traditional asset managers, boutique asset managers, hedge funds, and vendors of OMS and EMS solutions, and incorporates ongoing Aite Group research on front-office technology trends.

This 19-page Impact Report contains four figures and one table. Clients of Aite Group’s Institutional Securities & Investments service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.

This report mentions Enfusion, Limina IMS, Linedata, Rebar Systems, Ridgeline, SS&C Eze, State Street Charles River, and Tora.

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