InfoTech Moves to Drive Market Automation

  • InfoTech Moves to Drive Market Automation

In a bid to drive full automation of the brokerage industry in Nigeria, InfoTech Group, a global software firm, says it is committed to improving the business efficiency of operators in the Nigerian capital market.

To this end, the company will be hosting an informative seminar for the Nigerian Stock Exchange’s member dealers on February 7 at the NSE premises in Lagos.

InfoTech offers a wide range of software solutions for the financial market through its latest product called MARLIN.

MARLIN is a brokerage industry-specific cloud platform, which has been designed to provide rapid provisioning of high end financial applications for emerging economies to boost their business efficiency. It enables brokerage houses to improve business efficiency by leveraging on fully managed technology service.

“Our aim is to address complex professional needs immediately with cutting-edge technology that is relevant to addressing end-user concerns and help improve efficiency and transparency,” the company reiterated.

Decision makers, technology leaders and custodians are expected to be at the meeting.

The company said its global presence in multiple continents – Asia, Africa, Europe, and Middle East– empowered it for strong delivery channels and post implementation support regionally.

“Our solutions for financial markets provide a unique blend of technology, domain, and methodology expertise to deliver cutting edge results at rapid speed and low delivery risk. We exploit our financial understanding to create tangible value for customers in terms of strategy as well as implementation,” it added.

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Samed Olukoya
Samed Olukoya is the CEO/Founder of, a digital business media, with over 10 years' experience as a foreign exchange research analyst and trader. A graduate of University of East London, U.K. and a vivid financial markets analyst.

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