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First Derivatives expands horizons with US deal

Newry-based financial software company signs big deal with tech firm Bandwidth, writes Philip Connolly.

24th August, 2013
Brian Conlon, chief executive of First Derivatives.

Newry-based financial software and consultancy firm First Derivatives has signed a significant deal to provide software to US tech firm Bandwidth. The deal is particularly important for the company as it demonstrates that its Delta Stream software, primarily used in financial markets, can also be used in other sectors and could open up new revenue streams for the Newry company.

Bandwidth, which provides internet and telephone services, has licensed First Derivatives' Delta Stream software platform...

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