IPC, a leading provider of secure, compliant communications and multi-cloud connectivity solutions for the global financial markets and trading community, today announced that the firm has won the Best Sell-Side Trading Communications System’ for its Unigy™ platform in WatersTechnology’s Sell-Side Technology Awards 2023.
IPC’s flagship solution, Unigy, has been recognized globally as the industry’s leading trading and communications platform. With more than 110,000 users, it is a widely adopted, secure, compliant, end-to-end solution that is purpose-built to address the specific needs of the global regulated financial markets community. Unigy has proven its reliability and value consistently over the past several years. It is an unparalleled, unified communications-based platform explicitly designed to make the entire trading environment more productive, intelligent, and efficient.
Designed specifically to streamline the trade lifecycle while making users more productive, compliant and efficient, Unigy uses the latest standards-based technology and a SOA-based architecture to help drive flexibility and scalability. With access to industry-leading partners and providers, the unified communications platform offers financial organizations greater control, reliability, and a highly effective integrated communications solution. In addition, Unigy offers a broad array of capabilities necessary for the surveillance, management, and maintenance of a firm’s trading communications infrastructure.
“As trading dynamics demand more nimble, flexible, and scalable solutions, Unigy continues to
empower financial markets regulated users by serving their mission-critical communication and
collaboration needs,” said Bob Santella, CEO, IPC. “This is why we are honored to receive this prestigious award that reflects IPC’s commitment to providing state-of-the-art solutions to empower firms to execute dynamic trading strategies and generate alpha.”
Hosted by WatersTechnology, the Sell-Side Technology awards recognize the leading technologies and third-party vendors in their area of expertise through an auditable and transparent methodology developed and managed by WatersTechnology’s senior journalist.